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Solaris 2.8 and svn+ssh Authentication

From: Neal Gamradt <ngamradt_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2004-06-25 22:24:55 CEST

Hello All,

I am running subversion 1.0.5 of Solaris 2.8 and trying to log in via
svn+ssh. I am attempting to use tortoisesvn from Windows 2000 to
the repository. The strange thing is that I can only retrieve the
repository as the root user or svn user, if I try to log in as myself,
ngamradt, then I get “Unable to write to Standard Output”. If I am
the svn client on Unix I can retrieve the records without error as
or root. Here is the line I am using to connect:


I have no idea where to look to see if subversion is kicking out any
information to solve this problem. Does subversion have an error log?

The /data3/subversion directory belongs to group staff and staff has
read-write access to all of the subversion directories. The user
belongs to staff as well so permissions shouldn’t be an issue, but it
appears that they are, somehow. Any help you could provide would be
appreciated. Thanks!


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