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Re: ssh and committing code


Luc Sibille said:     (by the date of Fri, 06 Mar 2009 11:44:49 +0100)

>    I understand that to commit code to repository, I need to have a 
> read/write access from subversion.
> To download a subversion with read/write access I have to use ssh 
> protocol, for instance:
> svn checkout svn+ssh://svn.berlios.de/svnroot/repos/yade/trunk
>  From my university, access outside the university with ssh is totally 
> locked.
> Hence my questions are:
> 1/ Do I really need to perform a checkout with svn and read/write access 
> for then be able to submit code?
> 2/ If the answer is yes for question 1/, is there a way to perform a 
> checkout with read/write access without using ssh?

I guess that you have your network misconfigured, and that
you are using proxy for http. I've seen similar problems in 3s,

Please ask your network administrator to verify that
your /etc/network/interfaces (and /etc/resolv.conf) files are

ssh access should not be locked, really - it is possible but extremely
unlikely, especially at the university. You need to ask admin about that.

Janek Kozicki                                                         |

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