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Re: Cant access svn repo on linux server from a centos client boxt

From: Nico Kadel-Garcia <nkadel_at_comcast.net>
Date: 2006-06-30 06:01:22 CEST

Res Pons wrote:
> Hi everyone
> We recently set up a CentOs server to be part of the nightly build/qa
> cluster. Apparently as someone mentioned here, svn is shipped with
> cent os. however when I do a simple
> svn co http://url/url/path/repor trunk/working_dir
> I get the propfind errors. I have given everyone read access to the
> root of the repo. When I do an ls -a in trunk/working_dir I do see
> the hidden .svn subfolder with all the files in it but this is where
> the command hangs and I have to kill it. Any quick fix before I dig
> through many webpages, manuals, etc?
> Thanks

Which CentOS, which subversion version, and what do you see in your HTTPD

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