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Trouble with users under svn+ssh

From: A. L. <trimante_at_yahoo.it>
Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2009 16:15:55 +0000 (GMT)

I'm working on a quite important svn installation.

The problem I'm facing seems to have no answer along the internet so it must be really difficult or really stupid (or I'm not good a mining the internet for info).

However here is the environment: I have one unix server that holds the repository and N workstations (mixed OS) that access it via "svn+ssh://" protocol.
Each ssh connection between server and workstations is made with the same ssh user while each access to the repository must be made with different svn users.

Here is the problem: while working with the svn command line facilities or TortoiseSVN client I'm not able to distinguish between ssh user and svn users. The --username isn't working at all with the "svn+ssh://" protocol, for instance (it works, instead, with "file://" and "svn://").

The only thing that's working at the moment is the Subversive Eclipse's plugin, that allow me to specify either the ssh and the svn user (same server, same repository). So I suppose a way there must be to achive what I need also with the command line, at least.

Please, don't tell me that I have to configure an ssh user for each svn user!!!
However thanks for every advice!

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