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RE:SVN problem

From: Jyoti Patil <jyoti_at_yellowfishsoftware.com>
Date: 2004-09-24 21:57:45 CEST

My svn settings..

Instaled Subversion on - Windows 2000.
Subverion Version - 1.0.5
Client Machine - Windows XP
Connection Transport - Svnserver

Initially when we installed subversion, it worked very fine for few days and
now when the users are trying to access the repository through TortoiseSVN,
it gives the error as "Unable to write to standard Output" & then say
"connection closed". So I reinstalled subversion and created a new
repository and tried connecting to it and yet gives the same error. We have
also used Cygwin.

Then I loged in using Putty. It successfully logged in. I tried executing
command "svn list svn+ssh://host/repo" or "svn co svn+ssh://host/repo" and
it doesn't give me any error but doen't display any message nor even the
prompt. No idea if it is processing anything at backend or it hangs?

I have been trying to work out from past 2 weeks and absolutely out of idea.
Any suggestions would be appreciated


-----Original Message-----
From: William Nagel [mailto:bill@stagelogic.com]
Sent: Friday, September 24, 2004 3:26 PM
To: Jyoti Patil
Cc: svn
Subject: Re: Urgent


On Sep 24, 2004, at 2:10 PM, Jyoti Patil wrote:

> Hi ,
> I mailed you abt my problem.

Please hit reply-all when you respond to mailing list messages. That way
you'll maximize the number of people who may be able to help you out.

> I reinstalled subversion and everything and still I am getting error
> as "unable to install" if I try to connect it with tortosieSVN on
> client machine. Please could you tell me the possible reason for this.

That's really not enough information for me (or anyone else, probably) to
work with.

* What is the full error you are getting
* What exactly is your setup
   * SVN version
   * Server machine (windows? linux?)
   * Client machine (what version of Windows?)
   * Connection transport (webdav? svnserve?)
* Any other information that might potentially be useful

Basically, the more information you give, the more likely someone will be
able to help you.


> Thanks
> Jyoti
> -----Original Message-----
> From: William Nagel [mailto:bill@stagelogic.com]
> Sent: Friday, September 17, 2004 10:15 AM
> To: Jyoti Patil
> Cc: users@subversion.tigris.org
> Subject: Re: Urgent
> Hash: SHA1
> Which server are you using? Does it have the proper permissions to
> access the repository?
> I've had similar issues when I ran an svnadmin command on the
> repository as root, even though the svn server was connecting through
> something other than root (which changed some of the ownership, so
> that the server could no longer write to the repository).
> - -Bill
> On Sep 17, 2004, at 8:59 AM, Jyoti Patil wrote:
>> Hi,
>> We have been using subversion since long. But these days when we try
>> to connect to subversion server, it gives us error as 'Unable to
>> write to Standard Output' and then "connection close unexpectedly".
>> Due to this we are not able to retrieve our latest files. Which is
>> really a big issue.
>> Could you please suggest us with some solution.
>> Thanks
>> Jyoti Patil
>> YellowFish Software, LLC
>> http://www.yellowfishsoftware.com
>> http://synergyonline.com
>> Tel 203-222-5282
>> ----------------------------------------------------
>> Nothing dies faster than an idea in close mind
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