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Re: https linking with tortoise

From: Konstantin Kolinko <knst.kolinko_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 14 Jan 2009 11:52:49 +0300

2009/1/14 Pop Tufty <poparosa_at_hotmail.com>:
> Pardon the interruption, but after looking in the FAQ for 10 minutes I
> thought I would post here.
> I hope this is the correct group for these issues.
> I have a remote SVN server https://my_fakename_server:4444/svn with folders
> MyProj1/trunk and other folders.
> I can login to this URL with a given Username and password (but I have to
> accept all certificate issues) and see the files I want to sync to.
> I am running XP home on my laptop, and loaded the latest Tortoise as of
> today
> I have created a local folder MyProj1 with a folder trunk inside
> I right click on the (trunk folder) icon to get to the -> TortoiseSVN ->
> settings.
> In the popup, I select the network tree element, where I tried
> many iterations of the possible settings:
> Enable proxy server is checked:
> 1: ...

You do not have a "proxy" in your network. So, why you are trying to
configure one? Please clear that checkbox. Also, pressing F1 or
pressing the Help button will open the TortoiseSVN help file. That may
be of interest.

> I can login to this URL

If you can work with it, why have you done all that you described further?

Best regards,
Konstantin Kolinko


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