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Re: Error on Checkout

From: JoeHill <joehill_at_sympatico.ca>
Date: 2005-09-12 04:06:07 CEST

On Sat, 10 Sep 2005 21:28:09 -0500
Joshua Varner got an infinite number of monkeys to type out:

First off, sorry about replying offlist. Still learnin' ;-)

> > Don't have one to test that.
> Try the quickstart in
> http://svnbook.red-bean.com/nightly/en/svn.intro.quickstart.html
> to make and one and try a checkout.

Don't take offense, but I'm only trying to get this working try out the latest
Pekwm, it would be easier to wait for the next tarball, and I am sooooo lazy :-)

> >
> > > Can you access other remote repositories successfully?
> >
> > Just tried it on the Subversion server, same error :-\
> >
> It might be a poor network connection. If the signals are being
> corrupted too much that might be the problem. If you can connect
> to the local one, but everything remote doesn't work, check
> your connection it may be dropping too much. Do you have a
> remote server running the svn protocol you could test against?

*That* gave me an idea, so I SSH'd into my Debian box and installed subversion
(required an upgrade of libc6...am I *that* behind??). Ran svn and no problemo.
Downloaded the sources lickety split. Behind the same router/firewall on the
same LAN. I can rule out network probs, I think.

At the very least, I can just grab the sources with my Debian box and move them
to my MDK box.

All this leads me to think that there is a package on my Mandrake system, on
which Subversion depends, which is not...er...dependable. From the error I'm
getting on the MDK box, is there some way I can tell what that package might be?

Thanks very much for your help.

JoeHill / RLU #282046 / www.freeyourmachine.org
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