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Re: Connect problem

From: Kulcsar Zsolt <kulcsarzs_at_kopdat.hu>
Date: 2004-02-27 10:43:43 CET

Hi there all!

I got the answer.

The problem was the following. In my 'hosts'
config file, the on.host name was binded to IP address.

So now I got two options:
        first: correct the binding int the 'hosts'
or second: give the IP number of the machine in
the svnserve command line

I choose the first option.

Thanks to all:-)

> I build, install, configure my Subversion server, but I cannot connect
> to it from the net.
> I use svnserve binded to repository with -r, --listen-host=on.host
> --listen-port=3690. I can do all the things from the local console, but
> if I want to connect from the world, I got the following error:
> svn: Can't connect to host 'on.host'
> I don't use firewall. nmap says, the port 3690 is open. What I missed?
> Thanks:
> ZsoltK
> ps.: I use Subversion 1.0.0 on Slackware 9.1 with kernel 2.6.2-rc2,
> BerkeleyDB 4.0.14

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