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Please help! I can't get tortoise svn to work with ssh in a different port

From: Eduardo Mendes <emammendes_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 29 Aug 2009 21:13:38 -0300


I am new to tortoise-svn. I read the howto on ssh but I must confess I
didn't get it.

The svn repo is located a linux server down in my office. I have no
problem to use any linux machine to connect and svn to that server
(SVN="ssh - p 45022" svn ....). However my notebook runs vista and
because of that I am giving tortoise-svn a go.

I would like to set tortoise-svn to work as my linux machines do. To
do that, I wonder whether someone on the list could help me with:

a) ssh - I put Tortoiseplink.exe on the box. Is that right? Do I
have to install putty? I am running the latest version.
b) How do I enter the info that the port is not 22? I don't mind
entering my passord (actually I don't want the key stuff).

If there is a simple ssh howto around, please let me know.

Many thanks



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