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svn+ssh newbie question

From: Eric Spaulding <els24_at_cornell.edu>
Date: 2004-06-10 16:40:45 CEST

Just installed subversion version 1.0.4 (r9844) on Freebsd 4.8., apache 2.0.49.

-I'm using TortoiseSVN from a windows XP box as a client.

-I can get vanilla svn to work fine (svn://), and can see my repository,
import, checkout, etc.

-The svn box has had ssh2 running on it just fine for months.

Problem: When I try to browse the repository using svn+ssh://... I get a
prompt, enter the ssh password, and then instead of a display Tortoise
"insults" me and shows "Dummy."

Other info:

-testing svnserve -t from the user prompt:
( success ( 1 2 ( ANONYMOUS EXTERNAL ) ( edit-pipeline ) ) )

-I know the ssh is authenticating because of auth.log entries:

Jun 10 10:26:20 sshd[18980]: Accepted keyboard-interactive/pam for eric
from xx.xx.xx.xx port 1379 ssh2

-When I replace svnserve with a wrapper script that writes to a log file
and runs the binary I can see that svnserve is being run (found on path).

-I forced a chmod -R 777 on my SVN repository, but the results are the same.

Any help? :)
Received on Thu Jun 10 16:57:01 2004

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