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Re: Windows based installs

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2005-09-24 19:38:57 CEST

On 9/24/05, Rory Clark <rory@clarkzoo.org> wrote:
> So running it in the following manner:
> f:\Subversion\bin>"svnserve.exe" -d -r f:\svnroot\Norwescon
> And then on the second machine I run:
> d:\svnroot>svn co svn:///nwcsvn.clarkzoo.org/Development
> or
> d:\svnroot>svn co svn:///nwcsvn.clarkzoo.org/Norwescon
> I get:
> svn: Can't connect to host '': No connection could be made because
> the target machine actively refused it.

You might want to try telneting to port 3690 on the machine in
question. First, do it from the machien where you're running
svnserve, so you can confirm that svnserve is actually listening, then
do it from the second machine. If you can reach it from the first
machine but not the second, then you have a firewall or something in
the way blocking traffic on that port.


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