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Fedora Core 3 problem

From: Mauricio Henriquez <buho-1_at_entelchile.net>
Date: 2006-03-18 04:00:13 CET

Hi SVN Users!!!

My name is Mauricio and this is my first post to the list.

Recently I dicover all the power of SVN and I try to test a very simple
repository. I use Fedora Core 3 with apache2.

I check my httpd.conf and I added all the necesary stuf (LoadModule... and
<Location>...pointing to my "repostory" folder), apaceh start correctly and
SVN work fine in the local machine, then I try "TortoiseSVN" from a windows
client, but TortoiseSVN can't browse my svn server, allways return a

"Error *PROPFIND request failed on 'repository' PROPFIND of 'repository':403
forbidden (

my default apache webpage work correctly, so the apache work (also I don't
have a firewall causing problems), the repository must be inside the "www"
apache web folder??

Any idea?, tips?, link?, check?, black magic?

In advance thank you for the help

Mauricio, from Chili
Received on Sat Mar 18 04:01:04 2006

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