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Re: Apache and Subversion give bad request on checkout

From: CÚlio Cidral Junior <ccidral.newsbox_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-05-06 20:09:07 CEST

Peter, now things are clearer. I told that it failed also when
installed on Windows 2000 Server, but let me correct it. It failed
because I tried to checkout from my WinXP machine. But the checkout
works if it's executed from one other machine with Windows 2000. I
tried to checkout from Win2K the repository that is on my WinXP, and
also worked! :-) So, it fails when the request comes from my WinXP to
a server which is running on any OS, but it works when the request
comes from any OS other than my WinXP SP2.

Also I'm not WinXP guru, but I will try to do something. It likely
have to do with user permissions, like you said.

Thanks a lot!!

Celio

2005/5/6, Peter McNab <mcnab_p@melbpc.org.au>:
> CÚlio Cidral Junior wrote:
>
> >I tried putting the path in all possible forms: with slashes, with
> >backslashes, without drive letter, etc. And also tried to use SVNPath
> >and SVNParentPath. No one of these tries resolved the problem.
> >
> >But finally we have good news. My machine is running Windows XP SP2.
> >Though the personal firewall is disabled, svn checkout still doesn't
> >work. There must be something to do with OS configuration. I tested
> >the whole thing also in a Windows 2000 Server (a virtual server) and
> >also doesn't work. After all, I installed Apache and Subversion in an
> >Windows 2000 Professional and it worked perfectly !! :-)
> >
> >
> >
> Well done. A good bit of lateral thinking.
>
> >We here don't have time to go through all the OS config and try to
> >find the flaw. Does anyone have an idea of what can be the cause of
> >this problem?
> >
> >Celio
> >
> >
> >
> XP may be more strict on permissions to connect and have the svn code
> run from the network You may have to edit the user permissions.
> Not being an XP guru I will leave that to others.
>
> Peter

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