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Remote Access via TortoiseSVN

From: A. Alfred Ayache <alfred_at_lastbyte.ca>
Date: 2006-11-06 21:52:26 CET

Hello all:

New to list, svn and TortoiseSVN (Tsvn).

I've installed svn on my win2k workstation. I've been able to create a new
repository, import via command line, checkout via Tsvn, and commit via Tsvn.
(all this through svnserve)

Now I need to grant access to my repository to a colleague. I'm trying to test
this out on my machine... I found the Settings | Network menu item on the Tsvn
submenu in Windows Explorer. So I set the server address to

svn://<IP address>/

Except that when it asks me for my authentication is gives me:

<svn://localhost:3690> CF realm

Why isn't it specifying the IP address I gave it in the settings?

Also, does my colleague need to install Subversion on his machine, or just Tsvn?
  And what settings does he need to use to access my repository?

Thanks for your help!

A. Alfred Ayache
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