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Re: Problem connecting to svnserve - not sure about protocols?

From: Jon Koerber <cryogen_at_mac.com>
Date: 2006-12-18 20:39:04 CET

On Dec 18, 2006, at 11:23 AM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:

> On Dec 18, 2006, at 13:12, Jon Koerber wrote:
>> I do have a firewall running on my server, but it looks like SSH
>> runs on port 22 on Mac OS X Tiger. Just in case, I added an allow
>> rule for port 3690 and tried the command again with no luck. I
>> then turned off the server's firewall entirely to test the
>> connection and still get the same error as above. Hmm, this is
>> perplexing. Did I miss something in the build?
> When using svn+ssh://, yes, you'd be using port 22. But when using
> the svn:// protocol, you'd be using the svnserve port 3690.
> svn:// and svn+ssh:// work differently. svn:// connects over 3690
> to a running svnserve daemon on the server. svn+ssh:// does not
> make use of any running daemon; rather, it starts svnserve itself
> every time you connect, and stops it when you're done. So svnserve
> needs to be in the path of the connecting user. It isn't, hence the
> error that it can't find the command svnserve.

I thought the same thing when I first ran into this problem, as it
seemed to be a path issue. The user account, "jkoerber", on the
server that I am using in the connect has the correct $PATH for
Subversion: /usr/local/bin.

I checked the value of the $PATH env variable by connecting directly
via SSH to the server from my client and it does indeed have the
correct path to the /usr/local/bin directory where svnserve lives.
Is it somehow not picking up the $PATH at the time I issue the svn
+ssh connection protocol? It "seems" to be set up correctly?


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Received on Mon Dec 18 20:40:30 2006

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