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RE: can't connect to svnserver -> Error ...target machine actively refused it.

From: Gavin Lambert <gavinl_at_compacsort.com>
Date: 2006-08-15 03:26:08 CEST

Quoth James Hagstrom <mailto:james.hagstrom@vistatsi.com>:
> I'm just running TSVN on the client. Should I run this on
> the server? What are the benefits?

There aren't any. The reason why this was asked the first time was that
you were trying to connect via "localhost", which only works if you're
on the server machine, not a client machine.

> I changed "localhost" to the IP address on the server and it says no
> repository found.
> The command that I run on the server is just the .exe file w/
> no parameters. I thought it had to have at least -d but it keeps
> running.

Which means that the server is up and running fine, but you either
haven't created a repository yet or the server is looking for it in the
wrong place.

Since you haven't specified a path on the commandline, the server is
probably expecting its working folder to be a repository. So either
make sure that the working folder is correct or use the -r parameter to
tell it where to find your repository.

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Received on Tue Aug 15 03:27:20 2006

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