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Re: svn: Connection is read-only

From: robert <robert_at_redcor.ch>
Date: 2005-04-14 15:58:05 CEST

thank you for your reply,

Gal Aviel wrote:

>I think you have to define users when accessing remotly (svn:// or
>http://), otherwise you will get read only.
>For svnserve (svn://) use the conf/svnserve.conf file (that point so a
>plaintext userid/password file). P.S. the conf/ subdir
>Is inside the repos.
>For Apache (http://) it's in the httpd.conf file.
>Read the book (svnbook.org), it has all the details.
>Hope I got it right,
>Thanks - Gal.
I do have users defined, and from all other sanboxes on the client I can
update the repos without problem. It is only this single sandbox that
does not work.

Any more ideas ?

>-----Original Message-----
>From: robert [mailto:robert@redcor.ch]
>Sent: Thursday, April 14, 2005 1:49 PM
>To: users@subversion.tigris.org
>Subject: svn: Connection is read-only
>Hi there,
>when I want to commit from a sandbox I get an
>svn: Connection is read-only
> From the same computer as the same user I can commit other sandboxes.
>neither --user nor --password helps
>what could be the reason?
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