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Re: [TSVN] A problem with TortoiseSVN

From: Stefan K√ľng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-08-31 20:55:58 CEST

gorjy@mail.bg wrote:

> I am trying to setup a repository in our firm, but am experiencing some
> problems, as listed below.
> On a Intel based machine and on Linux Enterprise Release 4 AS, are installed:
> Subversion 1.2.1
> Web server - Apache 2.0
> I have sonfigured the web server, so whenever the user types <server>/svn, it
> asks him for an username and a password, and only then grants him access to the
> repository, which he can browse through the web browser.
> On another machine I have installed the TortoiseSVN (v1.2.1) client.
> I have congifured it so it can browse the repository, specified above.
> My problem is as follows
> When I make a change in a file, save it and try to commit to the repository, the
> client
> does not ask me for an username and password and the server, as expected,
> refuses to give
> me access to the repository.

What's the exact error message TSVN shows you when the commit fails?
Maybe that will give you a hint?

Another thing: make sure you don't have a proxy in between. Most proxies
don't know about DAV requests and therefore Subversion clients can't
talk to the server. Also check the proxy settings in the TSVN settings
dialog if you actually use a proxy. TSVN/Subversion don't use the
explorer proxy settings as many programs (including browsers) use.

Also, if a browser works, that doesn't mean Subversion clients can talk
to the server too - a browser simply get's a html page returned by the
Subversion server, but Subversion clients get 'real' data returned and
work completely different.


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Received on Wed Aug 31 20:56:21 2005

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