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Re: svn+ssh on Mac OS X problem

From: Garry Hill <garry_at_ascii-turf.net>
Date: 2004-07-28 18:46:43 CEST

> svn list svn+ssh://[mac name]/usr/local/svn
>
> I get the following response after entering my password:
>
> bash: line 1: svnserve: command not found
> svn: Connection closed unexpectedly
>

i had the same thing, easy to fix though. the system expects to find svnserver at /usr/bin/ but it's likely that you've installed it somewhere else (you using fink or darwin ports?)

the fix is to do

ln -s `which svnserve` /usr/bin/svnserve

to create a link to your svnserve binary in the /usr/bin directory

should work after that. i don't know why svn doesn't look on your path ... bug maybe?

good luck,

g

Winston Rast [Wednesday, July 28, 2004] wrote:

> I'm a newbie so please excuse the probably stupid question.
>
> Got my repo all set up in /usr/local/svn, imported some files, and now I
> need to get at it. When I try to run:
>
> This seems like it ought to be something very simple but I can't figure
> out what it is. I've checked my PATH variable and it's fine.
>
> Thanks very much!
> -wr
>
>
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