Re: checkout fails due to missing temp dir
From: Marc Aushold <rettkliff2_at_yahoo.de>
Date: 2006-10-30 22:54:08 CET
Thx Kenneth, the directories /tmp, /usr/tmp, /var/tmp exist and are writable for the world.
This is how I set up the user I use to authenticate via DAV ... maybe here's an error
After installation of subversion I added the necessary Apache configuration and created htpasswd file:
~: # htpasswd2 -cm /etc/.svn-auth-file svnuser
After that I created the user svnuser and put it into group www using yast
Can't really remember the complete command and it's options I used, but that was the order I executed them...
I experienced, that I cannot connect my URL using Windows explorer... I just cannot authenticate using web drive. TortoiseSVN however works.
Maybe that helps... I never coded one line of code for linux, it may take some time until I added my debug lines and rebuilt the system.
Thanks, regards and greetings to the list,
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Betreff: Re: AW: checkout fails due to missing temp dir
--On Monday, October 30, 2006 10:58 AM -0500 Garrett Rooney
> It depends if it's failing on the server or the client. If it fails
> on the server side it's Apache's user. If it fails on the client
> side, it's your local user. I can't tell off the top of my head which
> it is.
The thread got broken with the new AW thread. I found the beginning of the
original thread where Marc reports:
> svn co -r HEAD https://localhost/rep
> svn: REPORT request failed on '/rep/!svn/vcc/default'
> svn: Can't find a temporary directory
So it's the client reporting this, hence the user checking out the WC who
lacks a temp directory.
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