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Re: setting up svn - cannot connect.

From: Stefan KŁng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-21 18:58:15 CET

Paul van den Bergen wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I'm trying to set up a basic svn server.
>
> Server is FreeBSD 6.2 running svn, version 1.4.0 (r21228)
> client is winXP (or vista) running tortoiseSVN
>
> initially I just want svn or even svn+ssh access - not http at this stage.
>
> I've followed 2 receipes (loosely)
> http://www.onlamp.com/pub/a/bsd/2005/05/12/FreeBSD_Basics.html

That one's for svnserve

> and
> http://www.razman.org/?q=node/2

and this for apache.

Did you mix those two?

> and cannot get access to the svn server via either method.
>
> I can access the svn repository locally using file:///
>
> error messages from TortoiseSVN are things like
> svn://192.168.0.104/
> Error * Connection closed unexpectedly
> svn+ssh://192.168.0.104/
> <prompts for password>
> Error * Connection closed unexpectedly
>
> basically I can ssh to the machine, the svn service is set up (I
> think) but I can't connect to it from the windows box.
>
> is there something on the windows side I'm missing?

Start the svnserve manually with the debug option (or verbose or
whatever, don't remember what it's called). Then you'll see more output
as soon as you connect. You might catch an error message thrown which
can help.

If you're using apache, check the apache error log.

Since this is a server setup problem, you should ask on the Subversion
mailing list for help.

Stefan

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