> First of all, I still consider myself to be an SVN/TortoiseSVN newbie and
> still a Linux beginner, so please bear with me if I seem to be repeating
> other posts.
> Server - RH 5, Apache 2. Latest version of Subversion.
> Client - Vista; TortoiseSVN
> Previous repository created before I arrived here.
> Attempting to get to the repository for checkout using:
> gives the 405 Method Not Allowed error for one user and 403 Access Denied
> for another when trying to check out a working copy of the repository the
405 indicates a firewall/virus scanner rejecting DAV requests.
> first time. ("RepositoryName" also represents the directory name of the
> repository.) Using TortoiseSVN another user is getting:
> "In a new repository repos/AET – has no content
> Error received when attempted to commit an add of a folder. Same error
> received when attempted to create a new folder in the repository directly
> with repo-browser. User has rw access for /repos/AET." Error is:
> "Can't create directory '........': Permission Denied"
> users.access appears to have appropriate access permissions. users.access
> userwith403_at_ourdomain.com = rw
> userwith405_at_ourdomain.com = rw
> Also, originally there wasn't in users.access
shouldn't that be [repositoryname:/foldername] ?
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Received on 2009-01-13 18:18:05 CET