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Re: subversion server on FreeBSD 6.2 - cannot connect

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-03-20 06:20:30 CET

On Mar 19, 2007, at 23:17, Paul van den Bergen wrote:

> I'm trying to set up a subversion server on a miniITX box running a
> freebsd server (no X) and vanilla subversion - no appache, either
> straight svn or svn+ssh.
> followed the basics from 2 howtos on the net - OnLamp and another (I
> can't recall off the top of my head)
> I can svn import, svn commit and svn checkout using the file method
> from either the svn user or other users using the file:/// method.
> I cannot svn to the repository using tortoise SVN from the windows XP
> box on the same network.
> any suggestions welcome for where to start looking - I'm all out.

You need to provide more information. Why can't you connect using
TortoiseSVN? What error message do you get? Are you also using the
file:/// protocol in TortoiseSVN or are you trying one of the other
protocols, such as svn://, svn+ssh://, http:// or https://? If so,
can you use those other protocols from the command line? Is the
appropriate server set up for that access protocol? If your problem
is limited to TortoiseSVN, and the svn command line functions
properly, then you need to ask the question on the TortoiseSVN
mailing list, not here.

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Received on Tue Mar 20 06:21:16 2007

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