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Re: setup problem - tsvn and svnserve don't see the repository

From: Werner F. Bruhin <werner.bruhin_at_free.fr>
Date: 2007-09-26 15:24:34 CEST


Thanks for the quick replay - problem is resolved, see end of this mail.

Simon Large wrote:
> On 26/09/2007, Werner F. Bruhin <werner.bruhin@free.fr> wrote:
>> I am just starting with svn, so it might be something I missed along the
>> lines.
>> - setup svn and svnserve on machine A (ubuntu)
>> - no problem with svn commands on the ubuntu machine
> But are you using svn:// protocol there or file:/// ?
I am using svn://
>> - setup TSVN on a machine B (Vista), but can't access the repository on
>> machine A
>> - both machines are connected with a netgear router on the local area
>> network
>> - I can ping machine A from machine B using the TCP/IP address and/or
>> the computer name
>> - on the netgear router I also setup port forwarding for "svn" service
>> on port 3690
> You only need that if you want to allow access from outside the LAN.
O.k., removed it as I don't want this, at least not for the moment.
>> When I enter the following in the repository browser I get an error that
>> no repository is found.
>> svn://desktop-ubuntu/home/svn/svnrepo/twcb
> But the exact same URL works on the Ubuntu machine?

I changed the way I start the svnserve process on Ubuntu, i.e. I use use
"-r" switch and now when I change the url to the following it works
(maybe some permissions issue?).


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