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Re: Issue with creating FSFS repository on network drive

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 22 Aug 2008 11:33:06 +0200

Ashraf Memon wrote:
> Dear all,
> I am getting a error while creating FSFS repository on network drive.
> Here is the environment
> MacBook Pro running bootcamp with the latest patch 2.1
> OS: Windows XP Pro with Service Pack 3
> Tortoise SVN version 1.5.2
> Network Drive: 500 GB IOmega home network drive
> What I did do:
> Connected to the network drive using samba (installed by default on the
> network drive), connected using windows explorer and assigned drive z:.
> Now I create a folder using explorer and then right click on the folder
> and click "Create Repository Here" it come back with an error saying,
> "Subversion reported an error while creating a repository!
> Make sure the folder is empty and not write protected."
> I know I have write permission, as I am able to create new folders to it.

Define "write permission" please. Try to keep your definition below 5 pages.

You don't have all the required permissions. 'write permission' is not
really defined. You might be able to create folders. But can you also
create files? Can you move those files? Can you rename folders/files?
Can you change the permissions on those files? Can you change the
attributes? Can you delete them?

> Does anyone else have the same problem, if so can you please help, I
> need to get this up and running ASAP.

you're lucky I already started writing an answer before I read that.
Usually when someone writes the word "ASAP", I immediately move that
mail to the "respond later" folder, or I delete the mail right away -
that depends on my mood.

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Received on 2008-08-22 11:33:22 CEST

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