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TSVN, SVN and SSH

From: Alan McDonald <alan_at_meta.com.au>
Date: 2006-02-01 13:55:05 CET

I've searched all over for this issue and see several people withthe same
problem. I see several answers or attempts at answers but none of them work
for me....
WinXP Clients to Win2003 Server running SVN. I have TSVN working very nicely
over SSH using a proxy switcher care of Ayende's instructions. It also uses
the setup where the server deamon is started with a preset repo root. Users
use the url
svn+ssh://username@domain.com/repo
they are prompted for username's password and all is fine.

Now I want to run svn in batch mode as well. No matter what I do I get the
svn: Can't create tunnel: The system cannot find the file specified.
message.
I've tried setting the SVN_SSH env variable although there are several
different ones people seem to use. I know it's something to do with the
client not finding the SSH tunnel, of course, but no matter what paths I set
to what executables, the tunnel can't be created. There must be a fairly
defnitive answer to this one somewhere-- hopefully? I can't beleive it's so
difficult when TSVN can open the tunnel no problems.

 regards
 Alan McDonald

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