[TxMt] Permission denied from SVN after server change

dwayne purper dwayne at futuremediainc.com
Tue Nov 6 16:12:13 UTC 2007

I recently upgraded the OS on my server that holds my SVN repository,  
and I had to re-check out my code.

So now, in TextMate, I get "permission denied" whenever I try to make  
a commit. I can run the commit from Terminal (with a password  
prompt), but not from within Textmate.

After the server upgrade, I believe I originally connected from  
Terminal using svn+ssh. I assume that's the protocol it's still  
using? I have the ssh-rsa key in my ~/.ssh/known_hosts file. I'm  
using the same user name locally as on my server.

I also followed the instructions to create key pairs at ...


... but it's still prompting me when I ssh through Terminal.

Can anyone point me to how to get TextMate to commit?


Dwayne Purper
Futura : Durham, NC USA

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