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RE: Windows 7 E730060 unable to connect to a repository

From: Bob Archer <Bob.Archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2012 10:29:44 -0400

> > Because it's for a project.
> >
> > I must synchronize two folders between two Workstation PCs. I don't
> > have server and I don't want to install IIS on a workstation (too
> > complicate, I prefer SVN Service).
> >
> > Just for information, I find why the remote control doesn't work on my
> > Windows 7 : I have a Home Premium edition (without Remote Desktop).
> >
> > The svnserver running on my ComputerB (Windows 7) because I can
> > checkout a folder with the address svn://localhost
> >
> > Do you have another idea to help me ?
>
> You should only have the repository on 1 computer not both. Your message
> seem to indicate you have it on both.
>
> Set up svnserve to run on a single PC not both. Just on the PC with the
> repository.
>
> On that PC you will access the repository with svn://localhost/whatever
>
> On the other PC you will access the repository with svn://pcnameorip/whatever
>

I'm not sure this matters but I think svnserve needs to run as a user that has access to the network... like System or network service. How are you running svnserve? As a service or just from the command line? Svnserve is constantly running right? (Yes, I know these seem like basic questions but you seem to have a basic issue).

You can ping one machine from the other and vice-versa right?

BOb

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