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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
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.


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