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Re: Help with error - Can't create directory

From: Jean-Marc van Leerdam <j.m.van.leerdam_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 5 Aug 2009 07:15:46 +0200

Hi Brett,

2009/8/4 Brett Marks <gb3_at_internode.on.net>:
> How do I find that out? Do you mean the.. "file://" thing?

Yes, if you are using a local repository (without svnserve or Apache)
it would be file://. However, using file-based access on a network
drive is not recommended (the K: drive letter suggests this repository
is not on a local hard disk).

File based access to a repository is only intended for single-user
testing purposes and using it in combination with network shares can
lead to issues like you are experiencing (depending on the newtork
protocol - SAMBA being one of the trickier protocols to get fully

You are advised to use a real SVN server (even if run locally!) like
svnserve or Apache with svn modules loaded.

The error you are encountering looks to me a file/folder permission
related error: the restore of the repository probably resulted in
slightly different permissions set for the repository files and/or

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