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Problems with svn+ssh

From: Christof Kluß <ckluss_at_web.de>
Date: Sun, 22 Nov 2009 09:25:49 +0100


we want to use subversion as version control system for our project. The
project repository is on a Linux server and was created under
/home/kluss with "svnadmin create Project".

The idea is now to access the repository over svn+ssh and therefore do
not need svnserve, but use the normal user/pass combination, as with
ssh. On the Windows command prompt (OpenSSH and SVN from Tigris) I can
access the repository:

svn co svn+ssh://kluss@a.b.c.d/home/kluss/Project

It works, but the password is queried twice.

Now if I use TortoiseSVN with the URL
svn+ssh://kluss@a.b.c.d/home/kluss/Project, TortoisePlink asks for the
username first, then when I press OK the password prompt comes, it
repeats endlessly and I can not stop it until I press several times the
Cancel Button.

Where I make the mistake? Can you give me tips about it?



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