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Re: TSVN blocked on my computer

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 28 Jan 2011 23:01:20 +0100

On 28.01.2011 22:53, Raphael Vanier wrote:
> Hi there,
> I have installed Tortoise SVN client on my computer . I try to export a
> source code that is on the net at a specific adress with the command
> "Import". I enter the server URL. But I always get the same error message:
> Error: [ServerName]: Could Not resolve
> Error: hostname [ServerName]: The requested name is
> Error: valid, but no data of the requested type was found
> I get the same thing when I try the "Repo-browser". I tried reinstalling
> TortoiseSVN. Still get the same error. I tried it on another computer, it
> works! So there must be something in my TSVN settings or on my computer that
> is blocking TSVN. I tried shutting down my windows and anti-virus firewall.
> I still get the same error.

This is a problem with your DNS. Usually, those problems go away after
one or sometimes two reboots. Or you can try to manually flush the DNS
cache (doesn't always work though).

Another problem would be that the DNS server can resolve the name but
not properly. That can happen if the DNS is not properly signed or the
signing key can not be evaluated.

But this isn't really a problem with Subversion or TSVN - this is a
problem with your network/DNS setup.


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