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Re: Finding repositories

From: Markus S <youcontrol_at_hispeed.ch>
Date: 2006-12-07 19:46:28 CET

On 2006-12-07 19:30:10 +0100, Jerry <jerrymc@msu.edu> said:

> Hi All,
> Subversion is new to me.
> I was pointed to an account on a machine where subversion is
> installed (as a non-root user) and told there is stuff to work
> on, but not much else and don't have contact to ask more questions.
> I have read the 'book' and the FAQs and haven't found help on this.
> Anyway, supposedly there is at least one repository on the machine
> that I should be able to get to locally, but I can't find anything.
> Is there any reasonable way to search for what repositories may be
> residing on this system?
> The system is running SuSE Linux
> and the Subversion is: svn, version 1.1.0 (r11180)
> compiled Oct 25 2004, 08:55:27
> The Subversion stuff seems to be there. I can run various svn ...
> commands, but of course, they all come back telling me that '.' is
> not a working copy --- since I don't have any working copies yet,
> since I haven't found anything to make a working copy of.
> So, is there any way to find stuff?
> Thanks for any helpful suggestions,
> ////jerry

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