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difficulties setting up svn+ssh

From: Kelly Rued <kellyrued_at_blackloveinteractive.com>
Date: 2005-09-02 21:00:10 CEST

Hi, I'm running the latest subversion on Linux and the latest TortoiseSVN on
Win XP Home (all updates are current). I am having problems getting svn+ssh
access as a user that is part of the group with full perms to the repository
and svn programs. I have my ssh keys set up properly and can login to the
server using normal plink. From TortoiseSVN however I am getting errors and
I think it is because I am not following how the server itself should be
invoked by this method.


Currently I have a session called SVNConnection saved in PuTTy which
connects to port 22 and then I tried to run the svnserve -t -r /path/
command from the saved Remote Command field in PuTTy's ssh tab. Is this the
right way to go about it? I don't think so because when I ran TortoiseSVN
with regular plink it returned an invalid port error. I thought it was
supposed to tunnel through the ssh port.


Any help is appreciated :-)


Received on Fri Sep 2 21:28:51 2005

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