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RE: only svn and file works

From: James FitzGibbon <jfitzgibbon_at_primustel.ca>
Date: 2004-11-01 15:12:23 CET

> I don't understand as I've tried everything possible to get Subversion to
work with Apache modules. I can only get
> Subversion to work using the file and svn scheme, even svn+ssh doesn't
work except locally on the Subversion server.
> What troubleshooting techniques can I use to determine what exactly is
the cause.

This isn't quite enough info for us to give you much help.

What exactly happens when you try to access your repo using DAV?
Can you access the repo using http:// from a regular browser?
What does your httpd.conf look like for the site in question?

Setting up HTTP access to a SVN repo isn't difficult (to get the basic level
of functionality at least;
adding HTTPS, client certs, per-user access control and such increase the
difficulty), but there are no
reasons that I know of why it won't work at all[1].


[1] that can't be solved with a meatware upgrade
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