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RE: Trying to build SVN 1.5 on Ubuntu

From: Nathan Swindells <n_swindells_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Sun, 8 Jun 2008 22:35:37 +0000

sounds like over engineering to me...
NO CONFIG needs to be configured on either side..... exect the config on svn on server side authz and paassword HASHED / COMMENTED OUT!!!!!!!!!!!! this is for baisc starters set up like me LOL
I am REALLY new to svn+ssh.... even svn i just recently installed / configured...
linux side :
--> /etc/xinet.d/svn --> as per documentation
--> svn user -> make sure the SVN USER home directory = svndamin create path to repos
--> make sure /usr/local/bin ( # whereis svn / svnserver ) has wrapper scripts
--> /etc/services with svn is configured
--> CAN YOU SSH with keys via puTTY in WindoZe to linux server???????????????
          --> sshkey-gen on linux
          --> cat id_rsa pub to authorized_keys
          --> winscp id_rsa to windoZe
          --> load windoZe id_rsa into PuTTY gen and save as private_key.ppk
          --> put ppk into SVN HOST session in puTTY under ssh authorized section.. make sure
--> diagnose on server side with svn+ssh://username@ipadress/path/to/repos
FIRST OF ALL make sure you can ssh via puTTY to linux server without password auth..
Excuse me if i am being naive, however your responses are a little ambiguous....
SVN newbie... long time lover

Date: Sun, 8 Jun 2008 16:23:56 -0500From: rcdailey_at_gmail.comTo: offby1_at_blarg.netCC: users_at_subversion.tigris.orgSubject: Re: Trying to build SVN 1.5 on UbuntuOn Sun, Jun 8, 2008 at 4:19 PM, Eric Hanchrow <offby1_at_blarg.net> wrote:

>>>>> "Robert" == Robert Dailey <rcdailey_at_gmail.com> writes: Robert> I downloaded plink.exe (part of PuTTY) and renamed it to Robert> ssh.exe and placed that in the folder with svn.exe in it. I Robert> then ran this command: Robert> svn ls svn+ssh://server/svn_root/svn/personal Robert> Now it's stuck and not returning. This is the same behavior Robert> that TSVN's repo browser had. Can anyone help out? Thanks.See if there's a console window that's so far offscreen that you don'tnotice it -- i.e., hit Alt+TAB a few times to see if it's present. Iseem to recall that sometimes when PuTTY has trouble connecting, itcreates such a window, that contains an error message.I've been alt tabbing, I see nothing :(
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