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access repository via samba

From: Nina Pham <nina_at_gibbons.com>
Date: 2004-08-07 00:16:52 CEST

I have svn server configured for https on my FC2 system. I use samba to
share the repository. From my XP pc, I map the drive (say Y:) to the
repository. From my pc, I do ls -R y:

*C:\repository>ls -R y:

README.txt dav format locks
conf db hooks


activities.dir activities.pag

DB_CONFIG __db.004 log.0000000001 strings
__db.001 __db.005 nodes transactions
__db.002 changes representations uuids
__db.003 copies revisions

post-commit.tmpl pre-commit.tmpl start-commit.tmpl
post-revprop-change.tmpl pre-revprop-change.tmpl

db-logs.lock db.lock


*But if failed when I tried to checkout using file:/// (I can check out
using https though)

*C:\repository>svn co file:///y:/repos repos1
svn: Unable to open an ra_local session to URL
svn: Unable to open repository 'file:///y:/repos'
svn: Berkeley DB error while opening environment for filesystem y:/repos/db:
Invalid argument
I thought when I map a drive using samba, then I can do svn file:/// as
I'm on the same system. Is it true that there's no way to access
repository via file:/// from my windows XP if the server reside on the
linux box?

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