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

From: <Horst.Triebenbacher_at_br-automation.com>
Date: 2004-11-04 17:47:04 CET

"Steve Carlson" <scarlson@allegiancesoftware.com> schrieb am 03.11.2004

> On a client PC, the only change is setting DHCP instead of a static IP,
> Now getting "Error *unknown host name "....

It seems, that your PC doen't know how to resolve the hostname. Maybe your
DNS Server doesn't know about.

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

you can add the IP of the SVN Server and the name in
'WINDIR'\System32\drivers\etc\hosts (while 'WINDIR' is your local windows
installation folder)

just add a line to it

eg. svnserver

Received on Thu Nov 4 17:47:37 2004

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