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Help with Svn via SSH

From: <Chris.Fouts_at_qimonda.com>
Date: 2006-09-27 20:01:18 CEST

I'm using v1.3.2 for now.

I have a repository in a Linux machine accessible via SSH.
I've been doing my work on an HPUX machine, and the HPUX and
Linux setup works pretty well.

Now I want to access the Linux repos. via my Win2k machine.
- I installed Svn v1.3.2 Win2k binaries, added them to my path
- I installed the Perl extensions
- I added SVN_SSH="c:\putty\plink.exe" user@my.linuxbox.com -pw password
  to my global environment variables

Now when I try
> svn co svn+ssh://my.linuxbox.com/repos/code junk

I get...
svn: Can't create tunnel. The system can not find the file specified

Note that I can SSH to the box so I know SSH is working.

What am I missing?

Chris T Fouts

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