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Re: Using svnserve.... change IP address on a PC... now can't connect

From: Ulrich Eckhardt <eckhardt_at_satorlaser.com>
Date: 2004-11-04 09:03:14 CET

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Steve Carlson wrote:
> On a client PC, the only change is setting DHCP instead of a static IP,

The client computer was changed so it retrieves its IP via DHCP,

> Now getting "Error *unknown host name "....

Hmm, who is getting that error? If your client computer is suddenly unable to
resolve hostnames (try to ping the other machine) it is not a problem with
SVN. I could imagine that you also configured the machine to get its DNS via
DHCP, maybe that DNS doesn't know about the computers in your LAN(try
accessing a Subversion repository on the internet, e.g. Subversion's own)?

> Is the IP address of the client stored in a config file somewhere that can
> be edited or cleared?

Now you're confusing me, is the client showing errors or the server? Why would
the client store its own IP address anywhere?


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