Skybuck Flying wrote:
> I downloaded and installed:
> TortoiseSVN 1.4.7 (64 bit edition)
> (There were some download issue's but switch to a different mirror, the
> program seemed to install just fine)
> (Also after installation it hang some internet explorers, and
> practically everthing, I am also using a beta driver for graphics cards,
> maybe it has issue's with explorer... but probably unrelated)
> After reboot I tried to create a repository, it reports an error:
> "subversion reported an error while creating a repository"
> "check if blabla... write protected blablabla... "
> The folder has the read-only flag set, this is "normal" behaviour for
> windows server 2003/x64.
No, it's not :)
My guess is that you have a dual boot system, and the drive you want to
create the repository on was first accessed by the other OS of your dual
You must add yourself as an accepted user to the whole drive:
right-click on the drive, choose the "security" tab, then click on
"edit" and add yourself (your username) to the list of users with full
access (you might have to give yourself the rights first).
> Maybe I should try the 32 bit version ?
> Also it said it can run side by side, 32 bit and 64 bit ?
> How would that work, would I get two context menu's ?
Yes, you can run it side by side. But you'll only get one menu. After
all, you only use one explorer (either the default x64 version or the
32-bit version). If you have not installled the win32 version yet,
you'll notice that in applications file-open dialogs, the TSVN shell
extension (overlays, context menu) is not available. Only in x64
application it is.
32-bit apps can only load 32-bit dlls/shell extensions
x64 apps can only load x64 dlls/shell extensions
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Received on 2008-02-12 19:45:29 CET