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Apache - Could not open the requested SVN filesystem

From: Tom Cameron <tom_at_mooball.com>
Date: 2004-03-20 08:13:17 CET

Hi there,
Sorry about this potentially silly newbie question but after 8 hours Im
totally stumped.

Ive installed Subversion for the first time on FC1 using the rpms available


At first I did not install httpd because I already had it installed but then
I went back and installed it to try to fix this problem but it did not help.

Everything seems to be working fine if I access from the filesystem to
file://.... but when I try to access through http://server/rep, I always get
the following response

 <m:human-readable errcode="160029">Could not open the requested SVN

Although, before, with my original apache, the error code used to be 160000
but now it is 160029.

After reading, all hints seem to suggest a permissions problem, but Ive made
sure that apache has ownership of the repository and all files under it. Ive
also tried all possible chmod values I could think of, including 0777 but
nothing seems to make any difference.

This must be a simple thing but I just cant work it out.


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Received on Sat Mar 20 08:13:49 2004

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