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Re: [TSVN] setup for tortoise svn client to access linux svn repository?

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-09-17 09:17:18 CEST

Yushi Tian wrote:
> Hi, I have svn repository on Linux, and run "svnserver -d -r
> <repo_path>" on linux Rehat. When I use tortoise SVN on Windows to
> locate that server by repo browsing, with svn://<repo_path>, it tells
> me that can not locate that server. I am able to use
> Windows-->Start-->Run--> <type in path_name> to see the repository
> content. In linux, I can use: svn co svn://localhost/trunk to
> check-out. Did I miss anything to setup Tortoise SVN client?

If you use Windows-->Start-->Run--><path> you can see the repository
content, but how? Do you see it in the TSVN repository browser? Or the
explorer?
If you see it in explorer, then you either use http:// and not svn://,
or you've mapped the repository via a network share. Either way, that
doesn't really mean that you can access the repository correctly.

Please have a look at the Subversion docs. You must use the correct path
when starting svnserve, and also use that path in the URL.

Stefan

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