Re: Shared SSH public key authentication w/ TortoisePlink and Pageant not working in 1.7.1
On 10 November 2011 15:00, Jason K. Carter <jkcarter_at_dlsstudios.com> wrote:
> Ever since I upgraded to version 1.7.1, any server commands I send through TortoiseSVN are asking me to enter the password for my Putty private SSH key (.ppk).
> I am running on Windows 7 (x64) and have shared public key authentication set up via Putty and Pageant as outlined at:
> I have a saved Putty profile set up for the server I am connecting to, and that profile is pointing to the .ppk file.
> My TortoiseSVN working directory is checked out from svn+ssh://<username>@<profileName>/svnrep/<projectDir>/
> My servers config file is using the default config, and the SSH client in the TortoiseSVN Network settings tab is cleared out (therefore using the default TortoisePlink.exe). I do not have a default profile set up in Putty, and I confirmed that HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\SimonTatham\Putty\Sessions\Default%20Settings does not exist in the registry.
> It seems as if TortoisePlink.exe just isn’t checking for Pageant sessions anymore. Is this a bug?
Seems to be an interaction between PuTTY/Pageant versions. See this thread:
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Received on 2011-11-10 16:21:29 CET
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