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SVN+SSH connection problems

From: Jim Schaller <JimS_at_ebtron.com>
Date: 2005-12-06 22:15:42 CET

First of all you must know that I'm not only new to Subversion but also
new to Linux. So I'm on a very steep learning curve here. I have managed
to get svn running on a Linux box (CentOS 3.4) I am able to communicate
with the repository on our LAN. So far this can only be done with a
non-encrypted password (plain text). We want to be able to use this
remotely and so want svn+ssh to operate. I am using TortoiseSVN to
access the repos. All machines are part of our windows 2003 domain.

            I listed the URLs I've been trying below.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

SVN://10.0.0.3/version_control/subversion_repositorys

Works but will only use non-encrypted passwords (plain text)

 

SVN+SSH://10.0.0.3/version_control/subversion_repositorys user_at_10.0.0.3
password: **********

Spawns a login box which states "@10.0.0.3's password:" with a blank box
to fill in a password. If you type in a password it then repeats this
process. After the second time it displays a message stating: "Server
sent disconnect message type 2 (SSH_DISCONNECT_PROTOCOL_ERROR): "Too
many authentication errors for " "

 

Thanks in advance,

 

Jim Schaller

R & D

Ebtron Inc.

800.232.8766 x 238

JimS@ebtron.com
Received on Wed Dec 7 01:51:39 2005

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