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OT. SVN Update not working properly.

Tor Harald Thorland
Hi again,

This is a little O.T.

I'm at work at the moment, and is trying to update my svn version... I
have a bad sattelite connection, and keep getting a secure connection
truncated error after only 3-4 files.. so you could imagine the time it
takes try try to get to the latest revision when it also on top of that
have to save it to a memory stick.

Is there anyone who has any suggestions on how to connect to the svn
server easier? I think I have to use https due to my company's
firewall... I've also tryed to set up a tunnel, to my server at home,
and connect from it, and it looks like it is giving me a little more
files before it cut's..

Any suggestions? :-)

Tor Harald
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Re: OT. SVN Update not working properly.

Derek Atkins
I suggest you bypass the firewall, either via a local (ssh?) proxy or
using https.   We might consider setting up an http forwarder on a second
port to try to bypass firewall restrictions.

-derek

Quoting Tor Harald Thorland <[hidden email]>:

> Hi again,
>
> This is a little O.T.
>
> I'm at work at the moment, and is trying to update my svn version...
> I have a bad sattelite connection, and keep getting a secure
> connection truncated error after only 3-4 files.. so you could
> imagine the time it takes try try to get to the latest revision when
> it also on top of that have to save it to a memory stick.
>
> Is there anyone who has any suggestions on how to connect to the svn
> server easier? I think I have to use https due to my company's
> firewall... I've also tryed to set up a tunnel, to my server at home,
> and connect from it, and it looks like it is giving me a little more
> files before it cut's..
>
> Any suggestions? :-)
>
> Tor Harald
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>



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Re: OT. SVN Update not working properly.

Tor Harald Thorland
Derek Atkins wrote:

> I suggest you bypass the firewall, either via a local (ssh?) proxy or
> using https.   We might consider setting up an http forwarder on a second
> port to try to bypass firewall restrictions.

That would be verry nice!! I'm behind a good firewall now, but have
managed to setup a tunnel to my server at home.

But https, does NOT like a fraction of a second of downtime, and this
happends quite often as our sattelite is moving a lot. (I'm on a ship,
working offshore in Australia at the moment).

THT

>
> -derek
>
> Quoting Tor Harald Thorland <[hidden email]>:
>
>> Hi again,
>>
>> This is a little O.T.
>>
>> I'm at work at the moment, and is trying to update my svn version...
>> I have a bad sattelite connection, and keep getting a secure
>> connection truncated error after only 3-4 files.. so you could
>> imagine the time it takes try try to get to the latest revision when
>> it also on top of that have to save it to a memory stick.
>>
>> Is there anyone who has any suggestions on how to connect to the svn
>> server easier? I think I have to use https due to my company's
>> firewall... I've also tryed to set up a tunnel, to my server at home,
>> and connect from it, and it looks like it is giving me a little more
>> files before it cut's..
>>
>> Any suggestions? :-)
>>
>> Tor Harald
>> _______________________________________________
>> gnucash-devel mailing list
>> [hidden email]
>> https://lists.gnucash.org/mailman/listinfo/gnucash-devel
>>
>
>
>

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