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Re: After 1.5.0 upgrade, keeps prompting for ssh username

From: mnereson <mikenereson_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 8 Aug 2008 06:20:02 -0700 (PDT)

stuart feerick wrote:
> stuart feerick <stuart_feerick <at> hotmail.com> writes:
> I've now fixed this. The problems occurs (I think) if your Putty client
> has a
> default session with the same host name as the one you actually set up for
> svn. I suspect plink just uses the first session with the right host
> name.
> As the default session can't store an auto-login all sorts of havoc ensue
> with
> the session name ultimately being sent as a command.
> Modifying the Default Putty session to have a blank host fixes the
> problem.
> Stu

Stu seems to be right. My default putty had a url and a port setting. I
cleared the url and ensured the port was on 22 then saved to default
settings. Tortoise works now. Thanks Stu.

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