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Setup Problems

From: SVNUSAR <amitap77_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-24 04:00:06 CEST

Hi all,

I am trying to dubug an apache virtual host on port 8080 using Apache2 on a
box that has IIS.

This is what I have in my httpd.conf file:

<VirtualHost *:8080>
  ServerName www.mywebsite.net
  DocumentRoot d:/mywebsite

     <Location /MYrepos>
                DAV svn
               SVNPath "d:/MYrepos"
          AuthType Basic
          AuthName "Subversion repository"
          AuthUserFile "d:/MYrepos/.htaccess"
          Require valid-user


I changed the name of the actual website.

My problem is that I cannot ping the site....

Could it be that svnserve is running? Or should svnserve be running anyway?

I am so confused...I ve been on this problem for days now.

What I want to do is access the repository through Tortoise, and I know it
had worked before for others.

I keep getting an error Propfind 405 method not allowed...

I should at least be able to ping it right? please help.

also, when I try to restart apache it has the message:

d:/mywebsite does not exist...
and it does not, however this is how the file was set up before I was on the
what should be in DocumentRoot?

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