I am using a remote server via ssh, svn, and sometimes with FileZilla all running on Mac OS 10.9.4. I connect to the server with no problems (i.e. my credentials pass every time I enter them). ...
I'm new to svn and ssh. I'm trying to do svn update of 5 repositories in my local system every 3 hours on crontab. So, to achieve this I have setup ssh passwordless login using the below steps: ...
I use Debian 7 and have Subversion installed. I can't figure out what permissions and owners to set to the repositories once I create them. I want to have 2 types of repositories: 1) svn/private/* ...
I have configured SSH to be on port 20000. When I try: svn co svn+ssh://server.com:20000/home/svn/proj1 proj1 --username jm I get svn: To better debug SSH connection problems, remove the -q ...
When I ssh into my server I log in under root or my user on the system. However, when I checkout from my svn repos then are then owned by either root or my user, and therefore all files deployed to ...
I want to do a passwordless ssh connection for a subversion project. Right now I'm using ssh+svn, and it's a little annoying, because I have to type the password any time I want to transact with the ...