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Re: no repository found?

From: sparky <euphrates_at_zenadmen.com>
Date: 2004-03-15 17:37:49 CET

> sparky wrote:
>
>
>> $ svn co svn://192.168.0.1 L:\test_repos
>> svn: No repository found in 'svn://192.168.0.1'
>
>> svnserve was started with the command: svnserve -d -r "L:\skysite\svn".
>> This has always worked in the past.
>
> Did the permissions on the repository change somehow? Is the 'svnserve'
> process not allowed to read/write it suddenly?
>

Issue has resolved itself. I think it was user error: something I didn't
mention is that I've been using ssh to start the server; maybe somthing
there did it. I started it at the DOS cmd line (ignoring the annoying
window-remaining-open, which is why I've been using ssh) after an
unrelated reboot, and the svn protocol worked just Dandy. I may
experiement more with the ssh thing when I have time to see if I can
reproduce the problem. Could be informative.

spark

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