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Re: Issue with Apache2 SVN access

From: Toby Johnson <toby_at_etjohnson.us>
Date: 2004-06-19 02:05:31 CEST

Roy Nasser wrote:

>I installed Apache2 on our dev server, with SubVersion. All latest versions...
>I have been able to get mod_dav and mod_dav_svn to work... I even got some "No repository found" or something like this message when I tried accessing the directory.... Then I created a repository with the svnadmin command, and now I always get Error 500, whenever I try accessing it...
>I looked over the access and error logs and nothing comes up...
We need /way/ more info. What platform? What exactly is the path to your
Subversion repository, and what does your <Location> block in your
Apache config look like? And if you're getting an Error 500, you're
either getting /something/ in your error log, or your error log isn't
configured properly.

Be specific, don't give "something like" messages, or we won't be able
to help you.

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Received on Sat Jun 19 02:09:38 2004

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