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svnserve on windows xp

From: Jordan, Tom <Tom.Jordan_at_camtronics.com>
Date: 2003-09-04 19:58:02 CEST


I've been trying to set up a subversion server on windows xp
using svnserve.

I thought it was working be executing: svnserve -d

Then I started following the directions on setting up the server
using apache.

After following the directions and pointing it back to the repository,
accessing it through IE would respond by saying that it was forbidden
to access. Then, I went and set up an apache_user username to let
the apache server run under. I granted rwx permissions to the apache_user
on the directory and files of the repository. Again I received forbidden
access warnings coming from the apache svn modules.

Where does it look like I'm going wrong here?

I decided to fall back to svn+ssl.
Firt, I re-tested svn:// access first to svnserve -d
Now, both rapidsvn and tortoisesvn refuses to recognize this url:

I even de-installed apache and rebooted to see if there may have
been a conflict between the modules and the svnserve.

Local file:/// repo access still works.

Any suggestions?

Subversion: windows setup installation 0.27.0-r6715
RapidSVN: 0.3
Tortoise: 0.17-UNICOCODE.msi

-- Tom.

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