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Need Help Running SVN over SSH - Connection closed unexpectedly

From: Anthony E. Glover <gloverae_at_elmco.com>
Date: 2004-01-14 16:06:47 CET


I am a newbie to SVN; so, if this is a bonehead problem, please forgive
my ignorance.

When I try to access my repository using the "svn+ssh://" style URL, I
get the following error on my client machine:

"Connection closed unexpectedly"

The URL I am using is: svn+ssh://myIPnumber/home/oasinfr/svnrepos/oraapps

I installed Subversion on my Solaris 9 server from source. I built using
the following versions of software:

neon-0.24.4 (--with-ssl)

All of the builds seemed to work fine with the exception of a few link
warnings during the make of subversion. I was then able to create a
repository and check files in and out using the "file:///" URL method. I
am also able to access the repository using the anonymous "svn:///" URL
method; so, I know that the svnserve process is working o.k.

I also have been able to establish SSH sessions to the server using my
SSH client; so, I know that SSH works o.k. The only thing I'm not sure
of is whether or not I have to do anything on the client or server to
allow the "port forwarding/tunneling" to work.

Any ideas?

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Received on Wed Jan 14 16:07:30 2004

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