> Whoa, my bad.
> "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage" is what I meant. (The
> error you get when a connection is refused/times out).
If IE times out, then it can't reach the server. Simple as that.
That either means your apache is not running, not accepting connections
or a firewall is blocking access to it, or you've configured a wrong
port for apache to listen to.
> Also, I tried the SVN Browser, and the message says that the
> connection was actively refused by the target machine. (Once again, I
> can connect to Apache on port 80. The test page DOES show up, but on
> or below the SVN folder).
> Trying either http:// or svn:// on the actual machine, yields the same
> results (no additional ports needed to be forwarded?)
svn:// won't work at all. For that to work, you'd have to set up
svnserve, not apache.
if the apache test page shows up on the svn folder, then you have your
<Location> block wrong or in the wrong place.
Make sure that your location block is outside any other blocks in the
config file, and put the svn block below the root but *not* below htdocs.
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Received on 2008-08-27 19:42:55 CEST