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A newbie question.

From: Huaer XC <huaer.xc_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-08-15 01:19:56 CEST

Hi, there:
When I am using ssh tunnel to access to the remote SVN server, are the
user-password pairs defined in "$SVNROOT/conf/passwd" still available.
I mean, can I use the username defined in the above file "passwd"
instead of a system username to access to the repository? otherwise,
it looks to me "svn://" is the same as CVS's :pserver:, and
"svn+ssh://" is like :ext:(with RSH=SSH). (In my mind, we can use only
system usernames in CVS to access to the repository through SSH). any
comments and suggestions, please....

Many thanks.....

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