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[TSVN] Re: Can't connect to host

From: Philip Mak <pmak_at_aaanime.net>
Date: 2005-08-23 23:25:19 CEST

Craig Ducharme wrote:
> What protocol are you using to access the repository? http or svn?
> What URL are you entering?

svn://<IP address>/src/trunk

>> This is a machine that someone else setup, and the person who set it
>> up isn't available for me to ask questions. The IP address in the
>> error message is the same one as the machine's, so I'm guessing
>> there's supposed to be an SVN server running on the machine.
> What OS is running on the server?


> Yes, TortoiseSVN is only a client. You don't need Subversion
> installed on your local machine to access Subversion on a remote
> server. If you do have Subversion installed the default install
> directory is C:\Program Files\Subversion

Ahh yes, I have a C:\Program Files\Subversion. I figured out that I
can go into the "bin" directory and run "svnserve -d", but now it's
saying "No repository found in svn://...".

I'm guessing I need to specify "svnserve -d -r <directory>", but I
don't know what to specify for <directory>, i.e. where the repository
was installed. Would anyone know how to find the repository (like what
filenames would appear inside an SVN repository)?

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Received on Wed Aug 24 08:03:35 2005

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