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Re: svn+ssh client auth: how to get svnserve in path?

From: Duncan Murdoch <murdoch_at_stats.uwo.ca>
Date: 2005-04-01 22:19:07 CEST

On Fri, 01 Apr 2005 13:00:04 -0600, "Jack O'Quin" <joq@io.com> wrote :

>> On Fri, 01 Apr 2005 08:02:15 -0600, Matthew England
>> <mengland@mengland.net> wrote :
>>>I would think so (and yes, these are regular user accounts), but changing
>>>the .cshrc/.tcshrc path (for my tcsh shell) or the .bashrc path (for one of
>>>my developer's bash shell) seems to produce no behavior difference.
>>>This is what confounds me.
>>>Is there a path-control variable in the svn config-file set that I should
>>>look at? Maybe in the ssh config set?
>Duncan Murdoch <subversion@murdoch-sutherland.com> writes:
>> I'd think this is not a Subversion issue, because as far as I know
>> Subversion just executes something like
>I believe this is an ssh "feature". It does not normally run your
>login script. See `man sshd'. I believe you can set environment
>variables in your ~/.ssh/environment on the remote system.

Strange -- I use a local svnserve on two different systems, and
neither one has a ~/.ssh/environment defined. One is FreeBSD, the
other is Linux, both use the bash shell. The FreeBSD one doesn't have
a .bashrc, but my local bin directory is on the path somehow, and the
Linux one does have the .bashrc (not .login), which puts the local
directory on the path.

Duncan Murdoch

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