# Re: windows xp and ssh setup

From: Ryan Bloom <rbloom_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-02-16 03:32:29 CET

I have struggled with this a couple of times this week, and the only
options to the plink commands. My best guess is that plink is doing
something very strange with it's output that is confusing the svn
client, but I can't prove it.

Ryan

On Wed, 16 Feb 2005 12:28:11 +1100, Glenn Davy <gdavy@tpg.com.au> wrote:
> Hi all
> Could someone let me know where I've gone wrong here.
> I'm wanting to use svn command line as a client on windows XP (the servers a
> linux box at another location - it works fine. I'm tunneling through ssh.
>
> I have subversion installed and putty installed.
>
> In the file C:\Documents and settings\glenn\Application
> Data\Subversion\config, I have the following lines:
>
> --------------
> [tunnels]
> gd = C:\Program Files\PuTTY\plink.exe -P 10220
> --------------
>
> I understand this means I should be able to:
>
> svn co svn+ssh://glenn@somehost/RepoPth .\WorkingCopy\
>
> for a normal ssh connection, or to get into port 10220...
>
> svn co svn+gd://glenn@anotherhost/RepoPth .\WorkingCopy\
>
> However when I do this I get the error:
> svn: The system cannot find the file specified.
>
> I'm using an identical approach on linux, and this works fine.
>
> What have I missed? Can anyone help me out here?
> Thx
> Glenn
>
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