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Re: svn: Can't connect to host '': Connection refused - ?

From: Hannes Erven <h.e_at_gmx.at>
Date: 2005-08-12 18:35:52 CEST


> I'm running Subversion 1.2 on FreeBSD 5.4, and seem to only be able to
> connect to svnserve when I use 'localhost' as the server name.

Just a guess, but we had reports that on some OS's, the daemon by
default only binds to a IPv6 Port and not a regular IPv4.

"localhost" resolves to an IPv6 address (::1), but and
192.168.* are IPv4.

You seem to run svnserver through a service wrapper, I guess you should
setup the bind address(es) there.

A good starting point would be to list all open ports on your machine by
        netstat -anp | grep LISTEN

(this is Linux syntax, dunno whether your netstat accepts the same
commands, please adapt if necessary)


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