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

From: SomeRandomDude <a.yakobovich_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 27 Aug 2008 09:57:11 -0700 (PDT)

Whoa, my bad.

"Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage" is what I meant. (The
error you get when a connection is refused/times out).

Also, I tried the SVN Browser, and the message says that the
connection was actively refused by the target machine. (Once again, I
can connect to Apache on port 80. The test page DOES show up, but on
or below the SVN folder).

Trying either http:// or svn:// on the actual machine, yields the same
results (no additional ports needed to be forwarded?)

I'll post Apache's error log since you asked, but I assure you there
is nothing relevant there.

On Aug 27, 3:03 am, Stefan Küng <tortoise..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> SomeRandomDude wrote:
> > 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.
> If you get a "page not found" in your browser, then there *is* an entry
> in the error log.
> Let us here decide whether that entry is relevant or not to find the
> root of your problem.
> Stefan
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