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No repository found?

From: Laszlo Nagy <nagylzs_at_enternet.hu>
Date: 2006-01-26 15:40:35 CET


I'm a newbie to svn so please forgive my dumb questions. I have read the
manual that comes with the windows version of svn and now I'm trying to
setup my svn server. I own a FreeBSD box and I could install svnserve as
an inetd service. Here is how I did it:

adduser svn
su -l svn
svnadmin create --fs-type=fsfs /home/svn/repositories

Then I edited /home/svn/repositories/conf/svnserve.conf and /home/svn/repositories/conf/authz.
Then I changed /etc/inetd.conf to start svnserve as user svn, with these flags:

svnserve --root=/home/svn/repositories -i

The server seems to be working because I can do "telnet localhost svn"
and I get "( success ( 1 2 ( ANONYMOUS ) ( edit-pipeline ) ) )".
Now I would like to import my project. When I execute this command:

svn import ~/tmp svn://svn.msnet/python -m "first project"

I get this error:

svn: No repository found in 'svn://svn.msnet/python'

I did create a repository with svnadmin, didn't I? What am I doing wrong?


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