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Help!! About to give up on subversion...

From: H Patil <subs1970_at_softhome.net>
Date: 2004-05-22 10:09:17 CEST

This is the third time I am posting without getting a reply. Either there is
not much support for svnserve running on Windows or I am just plain unlucky.

Following is my problem, once again:
My repository root is E:\svn_home on a Windows 2003 Server.
When I try to access my repository, locally I got the following message:
C:\>svntmp>svn co svn+ssh://localhost/E://svn_home/trunk
svn: Couldn’t determine repository path
When I tried this, I got the following message:
C:\>svntmp>svn co svn+ssh://localhost/trunk
svn: No repository found in 'svn+ssh://localhost/trunk'
In both the above cases, my SSHD server logs (I have WinSSHD server)
indicated that it executed the command “svnserve –t” in E:/svn_home.
However, I was able to access the repository fine like this (when running
SVN server with svnserve –d –r E:/svn_home):
C:\>svntmp>svn co svn://localhost/trunk
What am I doing wrong? Do I need to somehow indicate thru SSH tunnel where
my repository root is? If so, how do I do this? Is there a way to have my
SSH server execute “svnserve –t –r E:\svn_home” instead of “svnserve –t”
(presumably this should solve the problem).
Unfortunately, we don’t have a Linux server, and being a small company we
cannot afford to buy another server.
Thanks, in advance.
- Himanshu

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