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Re: Re: Error when importing into subversion or submitting

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Tue, 13 Jan 2009 10:32:19 +0000

2009/1/13 <postmaster_at_tigris.org>:
> Sorry was not very explicit.
> We have our main repository running on our networked server. We have not made and changes to this or in fact used it in a while, but now I can not add projects to the repository or update files in existing projects.

A repository is a directory structure - it cannot run. What server are
you using? If you are using file:// access over a network then you
should expect it not to work.


> The guys who replied to my original message suggested this error could be to do with virus checking software. I checked with our IT department and the software is exactly the same as before.

AV software gets updated regularly, otherwise it is useless.

> I asked around the office and someone has tried to install and setup a whole new repository on their local machine. This is my only guess as to what could be causing the errors.
> Thanks
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