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Re: Can't access repo using http:// or svn://

From: SomeRandomDude <a.yakobovich_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 26 Aug 2008 13:55:32 -0700 (PDT)

The "error message" is the fact that there is simply no response. So
trying to access it through a browser yields a "Page not found".
Disabling the firewall altogether was somewhat obvious. Sorry that I
didn't mention it. No it didn't help.

There are no relevant errors in the Apache error log.

On Aug 26, 1:31 pm, Stefan Küng <tortoise..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> SomeRandomDude wrote:
> > Followed the documentation on installing the server and the binaries
> > and activating the SVN module on Apache to the letter, but either
> > missed or screwed something up.
>
> > Apache works and serves traffic to WAN. SVN works as well using the
> > file:// protocol (on the same machine of course). But even though I
> > can access Apache's htdocs using http://, I can't access SVN (using
> > either http:// or svn://). I read the documentation carefully over and
> > over again. Either something is missing, or I missed it.
>
> That's a pretty long post to just tell us that "it doesn't work".
>
> * what's the error message you get?
> * what error is in the apache error log file?
> * does it work if you disable the firewall completely?
>
> Stefan
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