You are right - I get the same error with 'svn ls -v'. I must be some kind
of server configuration error after all. Thanks a lot, I'll try the
subversion mailing list then, maybe I'll find an explanation for the server
>Mario Jruic wrote:
>> I get the following error when using the Repo-browser:
>> Error * REPORT request failed on
>> 'http://www.myrepo.org/repos/myproject/trunk/src/' REPORT of
>> The Apache error log reports the following:
>> [Wed Oct 18 14:32:28 2006] [error] [client 192.168.1.34] client denied
>> by server configuration:
>So it seems like a server config problem.
>> The Apache access log reports the following:
>> 192.168.1.34 - - [18/Oct/2006:15:10:53 +0200] "REPORT
>> http://www.myrepo.org/repos/myproject/trunk/src/ HTTP/1.1" 403 1009 "-"
>> "SVN/1.4.0 (r21228) neon/0.25.5"
>> The interesting thing is that a similar "svn list"-command on the exact
>> same url works without problem. I have also no problems in using my
>> development IDE to browse the repository. It therefore seems that it is
>> not a subversion server related problem. SVN repository file permissions
>> are also setup to be fully accessible from Apache.
>Try an 'svn ls -v' - because that's what TSVN is doing.
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