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Tortoise SVN setup on SAMBA share under Sun OS

From: Bert Gunter <gunter.berton_at_gene.com>
Date: Mon, 7 Apr 2008 15:31:03 -0700


My apologies for what may be an annoyance. We are trying to get Tortoise SVN
set up on a shared network drive under SAMBA on a SUN OS Server. Our
Tortoise SVN client (version 1.4.8) is running under Windows XP(Professional
Version 5.1.2600). Apparently no problem getting the Repository set up (from
the Windows Explorer menu) and our directory imported into it under the FSFS
format. Nor do we have any trouble checking out from it. However, we are not
able to commit altered files back to to the repository via its file:///
drive mapping. (Tortoise SVN uses correct icon overlays to note that they
have been altered, by the way).

Can someone suggest a solution, or at least a diagnostic path that we could
follow to pinpoint the problem. Our corporate IT admin simply told us that
SVN is not supported software and would not help us; but if we could give
them some definite suggestions, we might get some support.

Again, my apologies for this blatant plea for help.

-- Bert Gunter

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