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Re: Using svn+ssh from Windows with F-Secure

From: Eric Hanchrow <offby1_at_blarg.net>
Date: 2006-06-06 17:45:13 CEST

>>>>> "Haim" == Haim Cohen <haimcn@gmail.com> writes:

    Haim> Hi We have a SVN repository installed on a Linux machine.
    Haim> Currently we use it successfully with TortoiseSVN using
    Haim> F-Secure client as the ssh client. When I'm trying to use
    Haim> it from command line I get error: "svn: Can't create tunnel:
    Haim> The system cannot find the file specified." I tried to set
    Haim> SVN_SSH environment variable to the ssh client with out any
    Haim> result.

    Haim> Any advice? Thanks Haim

A quick and dirty hack: copy your ssh program into the directory that
holds svn.exe, and name it ssh.exe.

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