On 15.04.2010 03:42, simon wrote:
> Hi there folks. I'm new to subversion and tortoise; think they are
> both great!!
> Having a bit of trouble with geting them up and running..
> Basically, had it working on a workstation, thought I would take it
> to the next level.. installed the services on a server, imported
> repositories fine. Can check out repository locally on machine by
> using file method (i understand that it is not best practice to check
> out files in this manner over a network?). i wanted to use apache.
> Downloaded it, installed it, configured and can browse to server:8080
> (have iis on server on port 80 so had to change). Followed
> instructions for apache integration, clicked to export
> http://server:8080/project/ and get error Options of 200 ok...
> Any ideas? If I change the port (i.e. server:8079) it tells me that
> there is no server (correct) so the error must be permissions or
> something I have missed (have read the docs 5 times +, many hours now
> wasted lol).
> I dont remember having specified 'basic' authentication anywhere,
> would i need to do that and if so where?
> Thank you in advance for any input
A simple web search for "options 200 ok subversion" will give you plenty
of hits which you could use.
Just a few:
* DAV is not enabled
* repository path is configured below a normal web folder instead of a
* firewall blocking DAV
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Received on 2010-04-15 19:27:51 CEST