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RapidSVN+Windows XP+Apache

From: Gladys Christopher-Knight <gladys_at_saicmodis.com>
Date: 2006-08-16 17:40:06 CEST


I am a new to Subversion. I have a user with Windows XP as a
Subversion client, and using RapidSVN (access mode https). The rest
of my users are running Linux and the usually access mode is
svn+ssh. The problem with my Windows XP user is that on checkout ,
ownership of all directories/files remain with the repository owner
(in this case username: vobadm). When we tries to execute a move or
commit, he gets the below error

Execute: Move
Error while performing action: Working copy '.' locked

Ok...then he tried unlock and gets:
Execute: Unlock
Failed to unlock: bin

1. Why isn't ownership transferred to the authorized user? How can I fix this?
2. In my httpd.conf file I currently have
        SVNPathAuthz off

do I still need to have an svnaccess file, something like:
        AuthzSVNAccessFile /path/to/access/file

3. Are there configs for RapidSVN that I need to look at?

Gladys Christopher-Knight

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Received on Wed Aug 16 17:56:07 2006

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