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[TSVN] Resolved (was Re: Can't connect to host)

From: Philip Mak <pmak_at_aaanime.net>
Date: 2005-08-23 23:28:01 CEST

On Tue, Aug 23, 2005 at 05:25:19PM -0400, Philip Mak wrote:
> 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)?

Ah, I found it. The person who setup the system had left a shortcut
that I missed before with the "svnserve -d -r <directory>" command in
it. My SVN is working now. Thanks for the help!

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Received on Wed Aug 24 08:03:44 2005

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