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svnserve question

From: Fly, Charlie B <Charlie.B.Fly_at_usa-spaceops.com>
Date: 2005-10-20 19:39:40 CEST


I am new to subversion. I'm sure this question is academic and I am just not understanding some trivial point.

I have created a repository and populated it, started svnserve in daemon mode, and created a working copy. I have svnserve running under a my CM user id
and I am running svn under my DEV user id.

After changing directory into my working copy, I add a directory named test using

   svn mkdir.test

I try to commit the new directory with

   svn commit -m "added test directory"

svn attempts to directly write into the repository. svn aborts with an error that it does not have write access in the transactions directory.

I think it is not calling svnserve. If I kill svnserve, I get exactly the same error from svn.

So how do I tell svn to call svnserve?

Thanks for dealing with a dumb question.

Charlie Fly
Received on Thu Oct 20 19:41:39 2005

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