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problem connecting to OS X hosts using svn+ssh

From: Jeff Self <jself_at_nngov.com>
Date: 2005-02-24 19:05:40 CET

I am unable to connect to two different computers running OS X. If I'm
logged on either one, I can type 'svn list file:///Users/me/svn' to get
a list of my projects. But I can't get to it from another computer. I
even tried connecting to my iBook from my iBook using svn+ssh and got
the same error. The error is:

bash: line 1: svnserve: command not found
svn: Connection closed unexpectedly.

The first line of the error message doesn't make sense. If I'm logged
in to that computer, I can type svnserve and get the message about
specifying which flag to use.

Like I said, I can't get it to work with my iBook or my Mac at home. I
am able to connect to my Linux box running Subversion from my iBook.

Jeff Self
Information Technology
City of Newport News
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Received on Thu Feb 24 19:08:10 2005

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