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RE: another qustion about windows platform

From: Stroemfeldt, Casper (CDS-VPI) <STR_at_euro.who.int>
Date: 2004-08-03 13:50:17 CEST

Hi Mario,
You need to look in the /conf/svnserve.conf file in the repository.

In the [general] section you'll see:
# anon-access = read
# auth-access = write

For testing you can uncomment the anon-access line and write access (write
indicates read AND write access).
Remember to uncomment the line # [general]

Eventually you might want to create a password file in this format:
username = password

and reference that file in the line
password-db = path/to/password_file

You'll find more information in the Subversion documentation Chapter 6.
"Server Configuration"

Best regards,

-----Original Message-----
From: Mario Ren [mailto:netmars@sjtu.edu.cn]
Sent: 03 August 2004 13:17
To: users@subversion.tigris.org; mchvs@hotmail.com
Subject: another qustion about windows platform

Hi Marcos,
       Thank you for your help. I followed your instructions and set the svn
server on windows platform by using "svnserve -d -root=E:\repo". And on
linux as the svn client ,when I tried "svn import -m "New" /project
svn://", the console shows "svn: Connection is
Read-only" and exit. I tried through the documents but I did not find any
hint related with this problem. Could you help again about this problem?

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