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From: bruce <bedouglas_at_earthlink.net>
Date: 2006-10-05 19:54:08 CEST

hi...

ok. somewhere i've screwed up, or forgot something.. i thought i had tested
this awhile ago.

i'm trying to set up a test to access a repository via http/apache.

the test repository is outside the normal http doc root '/var/www/html'. the
test repo is '/svnroot'. the actual test svn is /svnroot/test1. i can access
this via 'svn list file:///svnroot/test1'.

i have the following section in the http.conf file:

#test svn app
<Location /svn1>
Order allow,deny
Allow from all
DAV svn
SVNParentPath /svnroot
# SVNPath /gforge-svn/troy/svn
# AuthzSVNAccessFile /svnroot/conf/authz

# Require valid-user
# AuthType Basic
# AuthName "svn test"
# AuthUserFile /svnroot/conf/passwd
</Location>

i try to access it via http://102.168.0.1/svn1/test1

i get an error in the httpd err log saying it can't find the
/var/www/html/svn1 dir.....

i was under the impression that i should be able to use a simple browser to
be able to access/view files in a repository without needing
websvn/webcvs/etc...

any thoughts/comments/help....

if i could see someone's httpd.conf file, as well as how you access the
repository, and the repository physical location, i can try to figure out
what's going on.

thanks

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Received on Thu Oct 5 19:56:46 2006

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