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Re: what causes "File exists: file not found"?

From: Joachim Hofer <joachim.hofer_at_imbus.de>
Date: 2002-09-04 10:16:54 CEST

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Michael Wood wrote:
| On Tue, Sep 03, 2002 at 10:23:35AM -0500, Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
|>Nathan Fiedler <nfiedler@bluemarsh.com> writes:
| [snip]
|>>[Wed Aug 28 15:43:50 2002] [error] [client XX.XXX.XX.XX] (17)File
|>>exists: file not found: revision `0', path `/benoit' [404, #160013]
|>I've been seeing these non-fatal errors in my logfile for a while too.

I get this error message too, but for me, it is not "non-fatal": It
happens upon the basic import. Importing through the filesystem works
fine, but importing over http fails with the above error message. Any
ideas why this happens?

I am trying to get Subversion to run on SuSE-Linux. I am using Apache
2.0.40 and Subversion 0.14.2. I also tried substituting the apr and
apr-util libraries of Apache with those of Subversion (as those seemed
newer), but to no avail. - I am by no means a linux expert,
unfortunately, so I don't know much about any magic library conflicts
that may happen...

I also tried to get it to run on Windows NT (same versions), but that
also still fails (different error messages).

I'd much like to work on something like a Java client for subversion,
but as of now, I'm just getting frustrated with installation issues.


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