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Using svn:// to access repository instead of file:///

From: Kristin Blackwell <kristin.blackwell_at_mascommsys.com>
Date: 2007-05-03 19:43:07 CEST

I'm just an average joe trying to get SVN up and running on our small office's server.

We had it set up and running successfully for a year until our old server died. I

reinstalled SVN on the server. svnserve is running on that server. Our new server

is partitioned. I created the repos on the D drive and reconstructed our original

repository structure. Previously, we would access the repository from our desktop

computers this way:




But, I must have done something differently, because now we all have to access

the repos this way:




Our new server is called and the D drive is called 'data' - if that has

any effect.


This may not be a big deal, but I'm concerened that it may have something to do

with why I can't get authentication to work. I have edited the repos/conf/passwd

file and the repos/conf/svnserve.conf files in the same way as they were edited on

our previous server. I have also edited the svnserve.conf files in the individual

repositories. They worked fine on the old server, now I can't get authentication

to work at all. Any ideas? I'm not a network person - I apologize - but please

write any responses in laymen terms. THANKS!
Received on Sat May 5 17:31:34 2007

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