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Re: win32 svn+ssh fails when DISPLAY is set

From: Jack Repenning <jrepenning_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-08-04 18:05:48 CEST

At 10:57 PM -0500 8/3/03, Kevin Meinert wrote:
>yes, I was just talking about the env variable. I don't run an xserver on
>setenv DISPLAY :0 # doesn't work
>unsetenv DISPLAY # svn co works

This would most likely be your ssh client failing. SSH can forward X
messages; perhaps your client is trying to do so (but if course, that
doesn't work, since you ahve no server). Try creating a tunnel in
your Subversion config file that specifies "-x" (little x), which for
most SSH clients means "don't do the X thing." Something like this:

sshnox = ssh -x

then do

svn whatever svn+sshnox://host/blah/blah

Jack Repenning
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