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Re: svn_error: #21055

From: Kevin Pilch-Bisson <kevin_at_pilch-bisson.net>
Date: 2001-04-17 13:53:16 CEST

Hi Sam,

The problem you are having has to do with the ra loader. Some questions
to help find the source of your problem.

1) Do you have BerkeleyDB? If not you will only be able to use the DAV
client, and will need http repositories.

2) Did you 'make install'? If not, the dynload stuff won't work,
because it can't find the libsvn_ra_local.so to load until it is

If you want to use the DAV client, you need dynload, so you will need to
install stuff. If you only want local access you can configure with
--disable-shared, which should eliminate the need to do a 'make

Did that help?

On Tue, Apr 17, 2001 at 06:32:37AM -0500, Sam TH wrote:
> In an attempt to get back in the swing of things here, I built the
> latest subversion from cvs, and attempted to do some stuff. However,
> I could neither create a repository, nor check out from one.
> First, I tried running update in the wc's created by the python
> suite. But they don't have a real repository.
> Then I tried importing something. That's when I got this error:
> svn_error: #21055 Unrecognized URL scheme:
> file:///home/sam/projects/svn-repos
> I've tried every variation I could think of to specify that dir, but
> it still doesn't like me.
> Then, I copied one of the repositories created by the C test suite,
> and tried to check out from it. But I couldn't specify the repository
> to check out from, for the same reason.
> I know I missing something obvious here, since I remember people
> metioning the command line on the list. But Mutt's wonderful search
> features aren't finding anything.
> Thanks
> sam th --- sam_at_uchicago.edu --- http://www.abisource.com/~sam/
> OpenPGP Key: CABD33FC --- http://samth.dyndns.org/key
> DeCSS: http://samth.dyndns.org/decss

Kevin Pilch-Bisson                    http://www.pilch-bisson.net
     "Historically speaking, the presences of wheels in Unix
     has never precluded their reinvention." - Larry Wall

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