To get an insight into the traffic going around the place, I’ve been using Wireshark and it’s ability to capture remotely, it’s really simple so I thought I’d write down my “recipe” on how to do this in case it’s useful. Continue reading
I was trying to check out using something like this:
svn co svn+ssh://[email protected]/desired/path
To do this, I created this file: ~/.ssh/config and in it I put the following:
Now I update my checkout syntax to make use of my alias rather than specifying the host directly, like this:
svn co svn+ssh://lorna@lornajane/desired/path
SSH realises that it should pull the host information from your local config file, and uses your HostName, IdentityFile and any other settings you specify (there are many options, see this reference for more information. For example I often use this for port numbers if I’m tunnelling my SSH between places, the possibilities are endless.
Hope this helps, if you’ve got anything to add then I’d be delighted to see a comment from you.