Systems Status

Announce RSS Feed RSS

Blog RSS Feed RSS

Help Topics

Deschutes Facilities

Campus Facilities

User Account Info

Roundcube Mail

Contact Systems

ipv6 ready

You can use the URL svn+ssh to tunnel your svn request over ssh. Here is an example where I am logged into shell.uoregon.edu and get a list of an svn repository I set up on ix.cs.uoregon.edu.

jdash@shell: ~ 2$ svn list svn+ssh://ix.cs.uoregon.edu/home/users/jdash/SVN/helloworld
a.out
docs/
helloworld
helloworld.c

Windows

Connecting from a Windows subversion client requires some additional configuration on your workstation. In addition to installing subversion, you need to install a ssh client and configure subversion to use it.

TortoiseSVN provides an easy to use SVN client for windows. After downloading and installing it, you can use the "Settings" menu option to set your network ssh client. It comes with a ssh client at "C:\Program Files\TortoiseSVN\bin\TortoisePlink.exe". If you are using a different ssh suite, you can configure TortoiseSVN to use that instead.

Other common ssh suites are SSH.com, and Putty. If you are using the SSH Communications ssh client from your Duckware CD, the ssh client is "C:\Program Files\SSH Communications Security\SSH Secure Shell\ssh2.exe". If, instead, you are using the Putty client, your ssh client is plink.exe in whatever directory you installed putty.

References

Edited: November 05, 2014, at 10:50 AM
Copyright © 2017, University of Oregon, All rights reserved
Privacy Policy