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Re: Help Please!!!, SVN Fedora Problem

From: Mauricio Henriquez <buho-1_at_entelchile.net>
Date: 2006-03-21 02:11:16 CET

Hi:

Thanks for all the suggestions, but still no luck :-(
I don't know what else can I check, this is very strange, I try all:
chcon -R -h -t httpd_sys_content_t /path/to/repository..., the chcon -t
usr_t /path commands, the chown apache.apache -R /path, the chgrp apache
/path, disable the SELinux, disable the firewall, change the repository
location (outside /var/www), restart apache and the system, but still the:
403-Forbidden error, then I change the "SVNParentPath" for a "SVNPath", and
now I recive a: 500-Error (internal server), what else can I check?, I have
to start some svnserver?

My httpd error_log say this:
[Mon Mar 20 19:12:01 2006] [error] [client 200.2.116.250] Could not open the
requested SVN filesystem [500, #2]

and my httpd access_log say:

200.2.116.250 - - [20/Mar/2006:19:09:45 -0400] "GET /svn/ HTTP/1.1" 500 234
"-" "Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; .NET CLR
1.1.4322)"

please help!!!, what can I check or what info can I post?

In advance, thank you very much

Mauricio, from Chili

<Check that your <Location> directive does not conflict with a physical
<location. I came across this once wherein I placed my repository
<directly under the web server's root folder and then created a
<<Location /svn> directive.

<To solve my woes, I moved my repository somewhere else (e.g.
/<usr/local/svn), updated the SVNParentPath, but retained the <Location
</svn> directive.

<On 3/20/06, Steve Williams <stevewilliams@kromestudios.com> wrote:
> Mauricio Henriquez wrote:
>
> >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), apache start correctly
> >and
> >SVN work fine in the local machine, then I try "TortoiseSVN" (or other
> >SVN
> >client)from a windows client, but TortoiseSVN can't browse my svn server,
> >allways return a message:
> >
> >"Error *PROPFIND request failed on 'repository' PROPFIND of
> >'repository':403
> >forbidden (http://200.2.116.72)
> >
> >
>
> It's probably SELinux (installed by default with Fedora Core 3) doing
> its job.
> http://subversion.tigris.org/faq.html#reposperms
>
> --
> Sly
>
>
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