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Old 08-10-2012, 03:54 AM   #1
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Tortoise SVN


i have svn installed in windows and i have username and passwrd for the svn . I am using linux on same machine via i want to browse or checkout in linux can i do that??

the SVN link starts from : svn:\\

Old 08-11-2012, 11:30 AM   #2
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Why not just use subversion from the command line? There should be packages available for whatever Linux distro you have installed (since you don't tell us, we can't advise further). Just install subversion from your distro's package manager, and you should be set. There are Linux based graphical interfaces available too.
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The easy and secure way is. Enable ssh key based login on Linux server

1. For browsing on Linux Machine, You can get help from the article how to ssh login from windows machine to Linux

How to ssh login from windows machine to Linux Machine

2. For SVN check out, do the following on your windows machine

2.1 You have already installed Tortoise SVN
2.2 Install pageant click here to Download (it remembers the ssh key for SVN Tortoise) and you are able to checkout without username and password every time ( it must be running for SVN checkout)
2.3 When all done checkout by right clicking on new folder and SVN checkout on your Windows machine

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