>>I'd try to get plain command-line svn working first. TortoiseSVN
>>supplies its own ssh client (a customized version of plink) so if you
>>use it, you can't tell whether the problem is with the ssh connection,
>>with the svn server, or with Tortoise, and that makes it a lot harder to
>>diagnose. With the command line client, you can test all the pieces
> I start svnserve -d on WinXP as server, it works,
>You don't need the server running as a service. ssh will start it just
>for the duration of the transaction.
> (the svnserve.exe and repos are on the same drive D:)
> then do: svn ls svn://email@example.com/Temp/SVN/test , it works fine also.
> but, when i do: svn ls svn+ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org/Temp/SVN/test , it tells me:
> svn: Can't create tunnel
>It sounds as though ssh is not running on the the client or server. If
>do you get a connection?
it tells me: "can not create /home/Admin/.svn",
finally, i found where is /home/Admin, it is F:\Documents and Settings\Admin,
is there some way to change it into C:\Program Files\OpenSSH\home\Admin? i got openssh
installed on C:\Program Files\OpenSSH
but now, anyway, it works fine.
>Once you're on that connection, is svnserve on
on the connection, i type set, it shows this:
ALLUSERSPROFILE=F:\Documents and Settings\All Users
COMMONPROGRAMFILES=F:\Program Files\Common Files
CYGWIN=binmode ntsec tty
HOME=F:\Documents and Settings\Admin
HOMEPATH=\Documents and Settings\Admin
PATH=f:\WINDOWS\system32;f:\WINDOWS;f:\WINDOWS\System32\Wbem;d:\Software\Develop\SVN\SVN\bin;C:\Program Files\OpenSSH\bin;d:\Software\Web\Php5;C:\Program Files\OpenSSH\bin
PROCESSOR_IDENTIFIER=x86 Family 15 Model 4 Stepping 7, GenuineIntel
SSH_CLIENT=192.0.0.1 1461 22
SSH_CONNECTION=192.0.0.1 1461 192.0.0.1 22
VS80COMNTOOLS=C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\Common7\Tools\
d:\Software\Develop\SVN\SVN\bin is the place of svnserve
but, still no lucky when i use:
svn ls svn+ssh://email@example.com/Temp/SVN/test
it tells me:
Connection closed unexpectedly
> I sure the path of svnserve.exe is in PATH of system variables
>>P.S. You're posting with an invalid return address; it's really
>>irritating to have replies to you bounce back.
> Thanks for pointing this out.
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