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From: Samvel Avanesov <seavan_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-08-29 18:33:10 CEST

Hello, Eric.

You wrote 29 августа 2006 г., 18:47:58:


I had this problem with "Kaspersky", antivirus/personal firewall. I think some other firewalls may work just like it.

I'm send this mail to the list too.

One time I did a windows installation of tortoise SVN and the same error. The problem was a windows firewall (and don't remember exactly what firewall)... Some firewalls filters the svn packets, causing this error.

Try to disable or configure your firewall http filters or a SSH tunnel.

> I'm writing this because I've found your discussion on the mailing list.

> I've setup a localnet SVN server. Server info here is:

> - web server - Apache 2.59, on WIndows

> - auth - Basic

> - firewall setup for Apache to allow remote user access 

> I tried to make a SVN update from other remote network, and it worked

> fine. But when i tried committing anything, i got an error:

> MKACTIVITY (...) 200 OK

> Though user from other network (not my local one) makes commits alright. 

> The symptomas are all the same - can't connect to server after that

> failed commit, etc.

I'd be very grateful on any help on that topic, cause I didn't

understood, what you advice - "url different from *what*?", and what 

should I do, after all.


Unfortunately, on work I have a proxy server configured, and it's configured quite tight. It allows only HTTP, HTTPS, and FTP access.

Maybe you could advise me, how can i setup an SVN client w/ that type of proxy? It's definately blocking incoming connections, but maybe there's a way to make something about it, anyway? I'm pretty sure I won't be able to reconfigure the proxy.


Best regards,




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