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RE: subversion configuration problem

From: Bert Huijben <bert_at_qqmail.nl>
Date: Wed, 15 Sep 2010 16:34:07 +0200



The SlikSVN distribution is Ipv6 enabled. If you don't tell the svnserve
binary on which address it should listen, it defaults to listening on IPv6.

(For clients this is the behavior you want and for servers this might
currently be unexpected, but it is probably what you want in a few years
once the internet switched to IPv6)


You can override this behavior by adding --listen-host to the
svnserve commandline, where is the address that you want to use
for your svnserve daemon. You can specify to listen on all IPv4
addresses or ::0 to listen on all IPv6 addresses.




From: Kayhan Yüksel [mailto:kayhany_at_fasdat.com.tr]
Sent: woensdag 15 september 2010 14:09
To: users_at_subversion.apache.org
Cc: İsmail Hakkı ŞAHİN
Subject: subversion configuration problem


To whom it may respond to,


We have been required to setup a svn server without using Apache Server on a
Windows 2008 Server. After installing SlikSVN , we have created a test
repository using svnadmin at c:\svn\repos and started SVNSERVE as deamon.
As a client, we are testing AnkhSVN inside VS 2010 , but couldn't connect
using svn://machinename/svn/repos , after opening the svn folder to sharing,
we have been able to reach via file://machinename/svn/repos
<file:///\\machinename\svn\repos> , but this is not a good method to live
with. How can we setup slikSVN + AnkhSVN to use svn protocol for
communications ?


Thank you for your concern,


Best Regards,




IT Department

Software Developer


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