I've moved my SVN repo from one host to another. The new host requires I commit by using svn+ssh:// instead of https:// like my previous host did.
One issue I can't escape is no matter what I do I get this error when I checkout or commit my changes:
To better debug SSH connection problems, remove the -q option from 'ssh' in the [tunnels] section of your Subversion configuration file. Network connection closed unexpectedly
I've modified the config file located on my home drive and on the root area, I still get that message.
now odd enough, I was able to get the repo by using command line but if I use either gui tool i have on my linux box i get that message.
I'd HIGHLY prefer not having to commit by command-line, so if anyone can tell me how I remove that -q flag it seems to keep saying exists, it will make my day.
currently both config files have the value setup like so, let me know if its wrong:
ssh = $SVN_SSH ssh -o ControlMaster=no
I did it with both the # sign in placed and removed.
I'm out of ideas and need some insight.
Thanks in advanced.