On Aug 29, 2011, at 14:42, this_thread wrote:
> I have several SVN repositories on an Windows network fileshare. The user has
> full control, read, write, and just about every other permission that can be
> added. When trying to commit he gets the error:
> Can't open file '//fileshare/svnrepos/projectname/db/txn-current-lock':
> Permission denied
> It's being accessed via file:///, which I know is badbadterrible but I don't
> know how else to set it up given I am not an admin and this fileshare is all
> we have available.
> I've dug around a bit and been told I need to be using snvserve, but we
> don't have svnserve running on the remote share. I can try executing it from
> my machine but it just hangs, never prints anything. I can't install or
> really do much to the remote machine.
> I know it would be better to have this on an svn server, but to get this up
> and running in the mean time, what do I need to look at? (And ideally, how
> could I get an svnserver going? Would I need to talk to some of the admins
> that take care of that share?) Short term just getting it to where he can
> commit now, long term being the svnserver..
You need a server running svnserve, or apache with mod_dav_svn. Don't pursue doing this with a normal file server.
Received on 2011-08-29 23:09:12 CEST