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RE: svnserve + ssh on Mac OS X

From: Karan, Cem \(Civ, ARL/CISD\) <CKaran_at_arl.army.mil>
Date: 2005-08-24 20:21:49 CEST

There is .bashrc, .profile, .bash_profile, and maybe others. Some of those files (but not all) are read when you do an SSH tunnel, whereas they are ALL read when you do a regular SSH login. Don't ask me why, this is just how it works. Read the man pages on bash, and you'll find out where you need to put it all. Looking through my own files, I'm pretty sure you need to put it all in .bashrc.

Good luck,
Cem Karan

-----Original Message-----
From: Bradley Wagner [mailto:bradley.wagner@gmail.com]
Sent: Wed 24-Aug-05 02:19 PM
To: Karan, Cem (Civ, ARL/CISD)
Cc: Ben Collins-Sussman; Dave Camp; users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Re: svnserve + ssh on Mac OS X
> You've got problems with bash. When you run a ssh tunnel, only
> certain bash files are read (because it isn't an interactive
> session), whereas when you run ssh normally, all of the bash
> configuration files are read. I can't remember off the top of my
> head if you want to put all the path stuff in .bashrc or
> in .profile, but it will probably be in one of those two. Read the
> man pages on bash for more information (the man pages on the MAC!
> thats the one your tunneling to, and therefore the one that you
> need to worry about...)

I have a .bash_profile on my Mac that includes /usr/local/bin
(default location of Subversion). Are you saying that when I tunnel
using ssh, that file is _not_ read? I'll putting it in bashrc or


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