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Re: svn+ssh on Windows

From: Andrew Thompson <subversionuser_at_aktzero.com>
Date: 2005-03-04 22:11:05 CET

tv@fuzzy.cz wrote:
> Hello,
> I've a strange problem running checkout on Windows machine using
> the svn+ssh:// protocol. The repository is placed on a Linux machine,
> and running checkout from a different Linux machine works just fine.
> But when I try to run the same command from a Windows 2k machine
> it asks a password, creates .svn subdirectory and then suddenly
> halts without a warning. It simply sits in the console and does
> nothing. The other commands (svn list, svn log, etc.) work just
> fine - it works and it's fast.
> I use OpenSSH 3.7.1, Subversion 1.1.3. The OpenSSH itself works,
> I can connect to that Linux machine and do whaerver I want.
> thanks for your advice
> T.V.

I use plink & pageant. Try this and see if you get the same thing:


Andrew Thompson
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Received on Fri Mar 4 22:13:39 2005

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