New to this list, relatively new to svn and WebDAV, but old to UNIX/Linux
and Apache ;-)
Base system install: Gentoo 2004.0, current ~x86, mm-sources-2.6.4
Apache2: tested and working
Subversion 1.0.0 installed via emerge
I have 3 repositories created without error, data imported without error.
The contents of my dav_svn conf file:
jalapeno root # cd /etc/apache2/conf/modules.d
jalapeno modules.d # ls
40_mod_ssl.conf 45_mod_dav.conf 47_mod_dav_svn.conf
41_mod_ssl.default-vhost.conf 46_mod_ldap.conf 60_apcupsd.conf
jalapeno modules.d # cat 47_mod_dav_svn.conf
LoadModule dav_svn_module extramodules/mod_dav_svn.so
AuthName "Subversion repository"
jalapeno modules.d #
Now to the best of my knowledge, all is working fine. I can browse to
http://jalapeno/svn/insights (one of the created and populated
repositories), and I'm prompted for a username/password (yes, created with
htpasswd2). But the display output shows (Firefox 0.8):
Could not open the requested SVN filesystem
... which seems to be telling me there's not "display" information present
for the repository (css or xsl). Question is, what do I put where to view
the repository(ies)? I've dropped the xsl and css files shipped with the
app into several locations to no avail.
Mmm. Guess that means I'm stuck :-/
A poke in the right direction, some documentation urls, etc greatly
appreciated. I have read through the DG:Subversion briefly, but didn't
catch anything to address the issue (as a fellow O'Reilly author, tip of
the hat to the contributors); all I've read seems to indicate that the
repos should just "magically" be seen if all else is configured corrected.
Not the case. At least not with my installation here.
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Received on Wed Mar 3 15:42:45 2004