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Re: Connection with TSVN to nonApache SVN server

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-07-04 15:34:50 CEST

Bukovansky@atcomp.cz writes:

> or svn://ip.of.linux.box/ with TSVN, I always get message: Malformed network
> data.
> What's the problem? At URL? At server configuration? Or between "keyboard
> and chair"? :o)
> SVN on linux box installed from subversion-0.24.2-3.i386.rpm and TSVN from
> TortoiseSVN-0.12.1-UNICODE.msi.

Mismatched client/server versions. You installed the latest server
release (0.24.2), but it looks like the TortoiseSVN 0.12.1 client is
based on an earlier version of svn libraries.

SteveKing, what's going on? TSVN 0.12.1 was released on June
25... was it really compiled against svn 0.24.2? The "malformed
network data" is what ra_svn/svnserve always says when the protocols
don't match.

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