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Re: Error checking out, method not allowed

From: Paul Puschmann <paul.puschmann_at_medcom-service.de>
Date: 2004-06-16 08:47:49 CEST

> > I have apache2.0.48 installed, couldn't find any location defined
> > strangely. Checked the docs but it seems to use apache1
> > configs. I don't have mod_dav_svn.so for example.
> >
> > What should I do?
> >
> > Cheers,
> >
> > Paulo Matos
> Hi,
> perhaps you can check if your apache2-config is in /etc/apache2 ?
> This is a common place in SuSE 8.2+.
> What System do you have and in what way did you install subversion?
> What you should do:
> - check if you installed apache2 correctly and check .conf-files
> - check if subversion is installed correctly
> - load mod_dav and mod_dav_svn in apache2
> - configure the alias and/or location for your repo
You can also check for correct versions of libxml2, neon and berkeley-db
and try to access a fresh-built repo via your filesystem.

Also check the owner of your repository in your filesystem. The
Apache-User (in most cases _not_ root) should have the apropriate rights.

In SuSE (and perhaps other distributions also) there are additional
configuration-settings in /etc/sysconfig/apache2.

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