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Re: Repository Not Found with svn:ssh

From: Jerome Benezech <jbenezech_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-06-07 14:20:05 CEST

Hi Thomas,

You got me a bit confused. I mean, my config is now
working with my svn server on Linux, started in
tunneling mode and the subeclipse plugin as client on
Win XP. But this works only with subeclipse plugin in
Java mode (not JNI) and the svn client does not work.
Anyway, this is enough for me to work but after
reading your post, I wonder: is the svnserve in
tunneling mode supposed to run on the server or on the
client ?

I guessed the svnserve is the server side of things
but your comment confused me a bit.

Also, I did the SSH config you explain but this only
works for me when using cygwin, not with other
clients.

Thanks
Jerome

--- Thomas Harold <tgh@tgharold.com> wrote:

> Jerome Benezech wrote:
> > Hi All,
> >
> > I finally got to compile subversion 1.4.3 on a
> > GNU/Linux server and now run into problems trying
> to
> > access it.
> >
> > I am running subversion on a shared host so it is
> > installed in my home directory and svnserve is
> started
> > with my user account.
>
> svn+ssh mode does not require svnserve to be running
> in daemon mode.
> Instead, you can use the "command=" feature of SSH
> public keys to run it
> in tunnel mode (the "-t" parameter). Using the "-r"
> parameter also
> works well to shorten the URL. You'll need to edit
> the
> ~/.ssh/authorized_key files on your server to setup
> the command parameter.
>
> (I create a special-purpose SSH key pair, just for
> use with SVN. Which
> is necessary if you're doing "command=" tricks.
> Along with PuTTY's
> Pageant it makes svn+ssh pretty seamless on Windows
> clients. )
>
> You may also want to take a look at:
>
>
http://svn.collab.net/repos/svn/trunk/notes/ssh-tricks
>
> Or my super-abbreviated guide where I list the
> commands for setting up
> SSH keys and repositories. It's written for use
> with FSVS, but since
> FSVS uses SVN repositories for its storage, it still
> applies.
>
>
http://www.tgharold.com/techblog/2007/05/fsvs-for-sysadmins.shtml
>
>
>
>
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Jerome Benezech
jbenezech@yahoo.com

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