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RE: svnserve on Windows XP

From: Bax, Arjen <ABax_at_AEGON.NL>
Date: 2005-03-25 08:21:32 CET

David O'Hara writes:

> I have not used Subversion before and am having some basic trouble
> getting svnserve to work on a Windows XP desktop that will be
> available to other users.
> For example: on the server, I enter "svnserve -d" (I've also tried
> "svnserve -d -r h:\Subversion" and svnserve -d -r
> \\omega\build\Subversion")
> I cannot connect to Subversion from other machines with "svn list
> svn://" followed by every combination I could think of.
> Am I doing something simple incorrectly?

If you're running XP with SP2 you might be blocked by the firewall.
svnserve uses port 3690 by default, as described in the SVNbook
svnserve -d works for me on Win2k.

Note that if you specify a root directory on a remote mount as in
svnserve -d -r \\omega\build\Subversion
you must not use BDB storage.

Arjen Bax

Violence is the last refuge of the incompetent - Isaac Asimov
Received on Fri Mar 25 08:24:18 2005

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