I'm using TortoiseSVN in combination with PuTTY/Pageant (and have been using them for several years) to maintain my addons. My last changes were committed
I tried grabbing my code for a small update and got a PuTTY Fatal Error: Disconnected: No supported authentication methods available.
"To better debug SSH connection problems, remove the -q option from 'ssh' in the [tunnels] section of your Subversion configuration file."
But I apparently don't have a clue as where to find my configuration file.
Initially I thought this might be transient, but over the last couple weeks I persistently get the same error. I've tried to look at the documentation on site, but it seems TortoiseSVN has gone the way of the dinosaurs...at least as far as this community is concerned.
Any suggestions would be appreciated, but (call me old fashioned) I'm not really looking forward to have to change to different tools, different repositories and/or command line interfaces.
You don't actually need to use SSH for SVN repos on CurseForge/WowAce. I never was able to get TortoiseSVN to connect via SSH, under WinXP x64. I had no problems when using SmartSVN, but since SSH isn't required and TortoiseSVN's interface is much more convenient, I just don't bother.
Hmm I have never had any problem using SSH with tortoise SVN on win7x64. Make sure you go to user management/repository authorization and enter your generated SSH key. Also make sure you are using the +SSH link to access your repository.
First of all thanks for the responses.
I looked up my SSH key on wowace and it looks to be identical to the Putty one when I hit edit on said key file.
I checked the repository browser and it's using the svn+ssh link.
Still no go.
The none SSH option seems to be working, but worries me just a little...
Do you think it would it be worth it to try and set up a new key?
WoW addons are hardly national security. Nobody is trying to hijack your SVN commits. If you want to use SSH on general principle, go ahead and try setting up a new key, but worrying about accessing your repository without it is kind of overkill.
Also, to answer one of the questions from your first post, you can access TortoiseSVN's config file by going into the options dialog and clicking the "Edit" button next to the label "Subversion configuration file". Here's a screenshot:
Yeah I got the same problem yesterday after updating to latest tortoiseSVN version using putty/pageant 0.60. It will give you the disconnected no authorized blah blah message. Upgrading to putty 0.62 fixed the issue.