Ok, I sorta got it working. I can now connect to the server and do a checkout but the client (TortoiseSVN)
has to pass in an ugly path like /program%20files/subversion/myrepository. I read about passing a -r <root path>
argument here (http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.1/svn-book.html#svn-ch-6-sect-3.1) but to my understanding this is
something you configure on the client end and:
1) I don't see where you configure it in TortoiseSVN
2) This is something that really belongs on the server-end in my opinion.
Is there a way to fix this behavior for SSH? Looks like an oversight since normal daemon connections support
On Sat, 27 Nov 2004 17:24:39 -0500, Gili wrote:
> Ok, I'm still confused. Who is actually responsible for running svnserve? Does the SSH user log in, run
>"svnserve -t" himself and then proceeds to interact with the server? Who shuts down the server? How? (I see no way
>to shutdown the server if each user spawns his own) Someone please point me in the right direction.
>On Sat, 27 Nov 2004 17:09:30 -0500, Gili wrote:
>> I'm reading more about this now... if I understand correctly, the server is actually invoked on a per-ssh
>>session and the *client* is actually responsible for running the correct svnserve cmdline!? Meaning the client
>>connects via ssh and acts as if he was using a file:// connection. I configure the appropriate -t (tunnel mode)
>>the svnserve configuration so it actually redirects output over his ssh connection. Is that correct?
>>On Sat, 27 Nov 2004 17:01:02 -0500, Gili wrote:
>>> There doesn't seem to be any documentation on exactly how to configure svnserver to run under Windows
>>>(preferrably as a service) and tunnel through SSH. I've read the majority of the Subversion documentation and
>>>the client-side is discussed for SSH + Subversion. The FAQ doesn't have anything either. I've gotten SSHd
>>>and running as a service on my system. What now?
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