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Re: anon svn read-only over apache: '.svn/entries': No such file

From: George Nychis <gnychis_at_cmu.edu>
Date: 2006-06-29 17:09:10 CEST

ahhh, i needed to rm -fr .svn then it worked


Bob Proulx wrote:
> George Nychis wrote:
>> By the way, this is *not* a server side problem of the repos, because I
>> can check it out on about 10 other computers, but not my own desktop
>> computer >:|
>> Therefore its a client side problem, any ideas?
> I will guess that you are trying to check out into a direcgtory that
> already has a .svn there and the .svn is corrupted. Try this:
>>> gnychis_at_monster ~ $ svn checkout http://my_host.com/svn/my_repos
>>> svn: Can't open file '.svn/entries': No such file or directory
> Try this:
> rm -rf my_repos
> svn checkout http://my_host.com/svn/my_repos
> But perhaps rm -rf is drastic there. Perhaps moving it out of the way
> initially is safer until you get to root cause of the problem.
> Bob

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