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Re: Need Help Running SVN over SSH - Connection closed unexpectedly

From: Anthony E. Glover <gloverae_at_elmco.com>
Date: 2004-01-14 17:09:41 CET

When I do

ssh myIPnumber svnserve -t

It prompts me for my password, says authentication successfull, and then
gives me a blank line and the prompt.

I tried the echo line and I get the same thing - no output.

I am able to shell over to the server, but it looks like it is not
executing the remote commands. Any ideas?


Tobias Ringstrom wrote:

> Anthony E. Glover wrote:
>> 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?
> Does
> ssh myIPnumber svnserve -t
> work? svnserve must be in your path, and the path used by ssh is very
> limited. Try
> ssh myIPnumber 'echo $PATH'
> /Tobias

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