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How to setup WebDAV sharing of a repository on a networked (server) disc?

From: Tomas Sandkvist <tomas.sandkvist_at_protang.se>
Date: 2003-08-28 09:00:56 CEST

Hi!!

I'm a newbie to SVN and don't know to much about running Apache on Win 2000.

My problem:

I've placed my personal repository on a server disc for backup. I can access
this repository just fine from the command line or via SVNTortoise.

But I can't get access via Apache. I run Apache locally on my own computer,
not the server right now for evaluation purposes.

This is the configuration I tried in httpd.conf:

<Location "/repos2">
    Dav svn
    SVNPath "//Bcd-vas-016/TC-projekt/1000_INTERNT/Tc
information/Teknikledare & specialister/Tomas Sandkvist/repos"
    SVNAutoversioning On
</Location>

or:

<Location "/repos2">
    Dav svn
    SVNPath "d:\1000_INTERNT\Tc information\Teknikledare &
specialister\Tomas Sandkvist\repos"
    SVNAutoversioning On
</Location>

...but neither seems to work. I get the error message:

svn: Unsupported repository version
svn: PROPFIND request failed on '/repos2'
svn:
Expected version '1' of repository; found no version at all; is
'//Bcd-vas-016/TC-projekt/1000_INTERNT/Tc information/Teknikledare &
specialister/Tomas Sandkvist/repos' a vaild repository path?

...when I for instance try svn list http://localhost/repos2

Any suggestions? I remember reading about something like this somewhere but
I can't find that piece of information again.

Regards

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