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Re: Subversion Client connection problem

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-08-18 17:10:17 CEST

On Aug 18, 2006, at 16:43, Britt, Eli T wrote:

>>>>>>> I have set up Subversion on a small business network between two
>>>>>>> laptops running XP Pro. When I try to access the repository from
>>>>>>> using TortoiseSVN from a remote machine on this network, I
>>>>>>> get the
>>>>>>> error message" Error * Can't connect to host '': No connection
>>>>>>> could be made because the target machine actively refused it.".
>>>>> The repository url is svn:///
>>>> Ah, we may have something: You need two slashes, not three: svn://
>>>> With three slashes I get the error message
>>>> "svn: Unknown hostname ''" from the command-line client, which
>>>> sounds
>>>> similar to what you're getting in TortoiseSVN.
>>> I've tried 1, 2, and 3 slashes and still no connection. Different
>>> error
>>> messages depending on the number of slashes.
>> Well, two slashes is correct. What does the error message say then?
> Svn: URL 'svn://' doesn't exist

I'm not familiar with that error message. Anyone else have an idea?

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