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Re: installation problem on svn 1.2.3

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-09-20 19:14:35 CEST

phil campaigne <pcampaigne@charter.net> wrote on 09/20/2005 12:42:14 PM:

> I am trying to set up an server on my local machine. My IDEA5.01 IDE
> does not let me check out files from the repository using the file:///
> format( which works for me on the command line) as follows:
> svnadmin create /usr/local/subversion/repos

The IDEA IDE builds its integration using a library named JavaSVN that is
not part of the Subversion project. JavaSVN has done a great job
supporting the Subversion protocols, but it does not support file:// as
that would mean it would also have to write to the repository.

> I can't find in the docs how to do it from the command line. Here's
> what I tried:
> 1. Start tomcat

Why are you starting Tomcat? It has nothing to do with Subversion.

> 2.svnserv -i

You are getting closer here, but the program is called svnserve.

> 3. [phil@hardwoodthunder subversion]$ svn checkout
> svn://localhost:8080/usr/local/subversion/repos/trunk Report
> svn: Connection closed unexpectedly

Port 8080 looks like you are expecting Tomcat to be the server. If you
want to use the Apache https server (not Tomcat) then the protocol to
specify in the URL should be http:// not svn://

The svn:// protocol works with the svnserve server process and defaults to
port 3690.

> Any ideas what I don't understand or what I am doing wrong?

It looks like a lot. Have you looked at the Subversion book? It has a
pretty good explanation of getting a server running.



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