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Re: MKACTIVITY 400 Bad Request

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-06-24 09:21:27 CEST

Kyle Weicht wrote:
> I get the following error when I try to commit to the SVN server from my
> apartment.
> Error: MKACTIVITY of
> '/Ramrod/!svn/act/27807887-0189-8e41-bb98-99dd9e595586': 400 Bad Request
> (http://www.******.com <http://www.******.com>)
> It works fine when I'm at school, but from my apartment, it doesn't. I
> doesn't work for me or my friend. I asked my teacher who runs the SVN
> server, but he says he has no idea why it doesnt work. I tried following
> the instructions here, http://subversion.tigris.org/faq.html#proxy, but
> they didn't help either, but I dont even know what most of it means. Can
> you guys help me? Thanks a lot.

Maybe this will help:

If it doesn't, try to convince your teacher to switch to https instead
of plain http. Especially if you can access the repository from home:
with http, someone on your network at home/in your building can get your
login/pw in five seconds with a network sniffer.


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