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no connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it

From: Pieter <pietercoucke_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-03-07 12:34:12 CET

Hi,

I upgraded my Subversion-server from 1.2.3 to 1.3.0 (I used originally the
Svn1ClickSetup-0.8.6.exe).
So:
- I desinstalled SVN 1.23 on the server
- I desisntalled TortoiseSVN 1.2.5 on the server
- I had soem trouble with some files= the C:\Program Files\Subversion
coudln't be deleted, and a SvnService-service continued runnng. I stopped
them and desisntalled the service and removed the files manually.

After that I installed SVN 1.3.0, so:
- I installed the svn-1.3.0-setup.exe

This was all I did (as described in the manual: "To upgrade an existing
installation, just install the
newest libraries and binaries on top of the older ones")

So then I wanted to try to do a checkout on my client using TortoiseSVN
1.3.2 ("svn://PC-PCO/"), and I got this nasty error-message in TortoiseSVN:
"no connection could be made because the target machine actively refused
it".
Although, when I use file:///\PC-PCO\c$\svnrepos\ everything works fine...

How does thit come? What did I wrong or what should I do instead? I'm a
little bit disappointed that in the manual an upgrade is just described as
something very simple, but that it doesn't work at all... :-/

For info= the server uses Windows 2000, the Client XP, no firewalls o both
of them actiated...

Any help our hints would be really appreciated! Thanks a lot in advance,

Pieter

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