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Re: How to check out shered directory?

From: Kevin Williams <kevin_at_bantamtech.com>
Date: 2005-01-02 23:36:49 CET

Have you tried the obvious suggestion of RTFM? :-P

Seriously, using the file:// URL scheme is normally for local disks
only. For Windows shared drives, you can also use file:// if the remote
shared folder is mapped to a local drive letter.

First map a drive letter (X, for example) to the shared directory
(//server/public), then use something like "file:///X:/repository".

http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.1/ch02s03.html#svn-ch-2-sidebar-1

kamildworakowski@o2.pl wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I made a fsfs repository on a shered directory on path
>
> \\server\public\repository
>
> How do I checkout it?
>
> I tryed the obvious:
>
> svn co file://server/public/repository
>
> but it didn't work. It says that hostname is wrong.
>
> I need to do it like this, without changing anything on the server machine.
>
> Please help.
> Kamil
>
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