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What am I doing wrong

From: Mathew, Joe <mathewj_at_chartersteel.com>
Date: 2006-05-18 04:30:01 CEST

I have two subversion repositories - one hosted on a Linux standalone
server (using Apache 2.0) and one hosted on a Linux machine - that is a
VM sitting on a VMWare ESX server.

I can access the repositories of the standalone machine from a standard
browser using the URL http://machine_name:9999/projects/docs (SVN Repo)

When I try to bring up the URL of the repository on the Linux VM on
firefox on the Linux VM, I am successful. But when I try and bring it up
on another machine I cannot and get a message that says 'Connection was

I cannot even bring up the Apache Home Page @ http://machine_name:9999
on a different machine

Both use Apache 2.0.58.

What am I doing wrong here - are any host name entries required on the
Linux VM? Why are the repo's on this machine

















Joseph N. Mathew

Charter Steel IT - Saukville


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