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RE: [Subclipse-users] Running the server and connecting

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-03-16 02:37:43 CET

"Jon-derek Castagno \(RIT Student\)" <jdc3640@rit.edu> wrote on 03/15/2006
07:17:43 PM:

> Hello again. I have the general there also. I have to have something
> there for authz-db. As in the
> [/]
> JD=rw
> I removed that whole part so there was nothing but comments in the field
> and it would not let me connect at all, so this means I need it.

You misunderstoof. svnserve.conf has a value that point to an authz-db.
If you leave that value commented then you do not need an authz file.

Your above authz file is not formatted correctly. The heading needs to


The problem is in your case I do not have any idea what you put for the
reposname part.

> So I then tried using what you just said of "svn://MyHostName/" it works
> I see the folder I can check out and everything the same, and I get the
> same error. Could this be related to the authz-db that I put up top? And
> it is not my login/password because I can still check things out and do
> things through the repository, I had it saved. Any ideas?

I agree the problem is the authz file.

> I don't see how I didn't follow your instructions. The C:/respos
> will hold a repository, like the main one, and if I want more I could do
> "svnadmin create C:/respos/New" and that would create one there.

No, you cannot do that, or at least shouldn't. You should have made a
parent folder, such as C:\repos Then create your repositories inside that
folder such as:

svnadmin create C:\repos\repos1
svnadmin create C:\repos\repos2
svnadmin create C:\repos\repos3

You'd then use a URL of:


To access the different repositories. And the authz-db rules would look
like this:





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