I must be doing something daft, I cannot for the life of me get subgit with svn+ssh to work between two Ubuntu 20 boxes, now (Import fails, "error: svn: E215000: No matching credentials found." - #23 by oliver_kfs.org, see and GitHub - kfsone/subgit: Experimental setup of subgit to debug svn+ssh issues for repros)
Given the following:
svn: protocol: svn+ssh server : svn.int user: oliver key: type: rsa path: /home/oliver/.ssh/id-rsa-blank passphrase-is-blank: true repos: path: /svn/repos project: Proj01
I would expect to have:
[svn] url = svn+ssh://email@example.com/svn/repos/Proj01 auth = default [auth "default"] # passwords = subgit/passwd useDefaultSubversionConfigurationDirectory = false subversionConfigurationDirectory = /home/oliver/.subversion userName = oliver sshKeyFile = /home/oliver/.ssh/id-rsa-blank # sshKeyFilePassphrase = # I think it barfs if this line is uncommented # sshUserName = oliver # I don't think it uses this?
but if I use this instead of a passwd file, I get:
error: svn: E210002: There was a problem while connecting to svn.int:22 error: There was a problem while connecting to svn.int:22 error: Key exchange was not finished, connection is closed. error: Cannot negotiate, proposals do not match. error: Unexpected error has occurred; please report along with the logs ('/var/opt/gitlab/git-data/subgit/subgit-install-20220412-200316.zip') error: to https://support.tmatesoft.com/, thank you!
regardless of whether the private key is in RSA or OpenSSH format, meanwhile:
$ ssh -i /home/oliver/.ssh/id-rsa-blank firstname.lastname@example.org echo OK OK
Am I missing something? Did I get the config options wrong?
The server - as demonstrated in the docker image at GitHub - kfsone/subgit: Experimental setup of subgit to debug svn+ssh issues - is a default ubuntu configuration, so perhaps there’s an issue with the ciphers supported by Subgit and the defaults enabled in current Ubuntnu 20.04?