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Re: Subversion http protocol through SOCKS 5 server (with authentication)

From: Řyvind 'bolt' Hvidsten <bolt_at_dhampir.no>
Date: Fri, 19 Jul 2013 09:56:16 +0200

apt-get install tsocks

export TSOCKS_CONF_FILE="$HOME/.tsocks.conf"

cat - >"$HOME/.tsocks.conf" <<EOF
server =
server_port = 1080
server_type = 5
local =
local =
local =

ssh localhost -D 1080

<start tcpdump on favorite network interface>

tsocks svn co http://opkg.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/

On 19/07/13 09:44, Řyvind 'bolt' Hvidsten wrote:
> I am trying to access several subversion repositories from behind a
> socks proxy. Client machine runs Debian Linux. I use tsocks to stuff svn
> into the proxy. I can do "tsocks svn co svn://blah.." just fine through
> the proxy, but "tsocks svn co http://blah.." hangs for a long time and
> then says "Could not read status line: connection was closed by server".
> I also tried from an unrestricted network, with ssh -D to localhost to
> set up a quick socks proxy. Same error when using tsocks. Without the
> proxy, the repo works fine.
> I can see in wireshark that with tsocks it asks for OPTIONS, as without
> a proxy, gets the OPTIONS back, as without a proxy, and then it just
> sits there, sending no further data until the error apprears and it exits.
> In the restricted network, the SOCKS proxy is dante, but as I mentioned,
> the same situation occurs with a simple ssh -D proxy.
> I've tested that in both cases, "tsocks wget ...." works perfectly.
> Using http://opkg.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ for testing, but I've tried
> several others too.
> Any ideas?
Received on 2013-07-19 09:57:15 CEST

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