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From: Thiago Cristino dos Santos <thiago_cristino_at_uol.com.br>
Date: Tue, 17 Mar 2009 12:58:16 -0300

There is a native port of OpenSSH for Windows :
It's stable and quite simple to configure.

Felix Gilcher escreveu:
On Mar 17, 2009, at 1:14 PM, webpost@tigris.org wrote:

He is talking about a Windows Server installation not UNIX !

So please don't speek about sshd ...

I need to understand too how I can setup a SVN + SSH configuration  

Don't tell me about LINUX please, I don't care.

WINDOWS ONLY attempted answers.

What's wrong? Please care reading a little about the response people  
offer to you. The answer you're referring to is a windows-only answer.  
Cygwin is a port of essential UNIX services to windows. To serve your  
repository via ssh you'll need to set up a SSH server on your windows  
box first and continue from there on. As Cygwin in general uses a  
pretty much the linux configuration file syntax you should be able to  
make do with any description that fits for linux.

good luck



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