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Re: No Satisfaction

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_red-bean.com>
Date: 2007-06-06 21:30:20 CEST

"Brad Oleson" <oleson@igist.com> writes:
> <Cue Rolling Stones music>
> I have still not been able to access my Subversion via http. As far as I know
> it is set up correctly ? Apache 2.0.59, Subversion 1.4, and throw in Tortoise
> 1.4. I can check things out on the server (where the project currently
> resides) but can?t seem to get it to work via http from my other office
> desktop, nor can clients outside the network.
> I can send out my http.conf file for someone to check out, but wanted to keep
> that to a minimum to not congest the listserver. If anyone wants to
> delve into this further with me, I would definitely appreciate it!
> I can?t get this project integrated without this system, it
> seems?and it is affecting deadlines.

Can you hit the repository with a plain web browser?

What do the Apache error logs show when you try to do that? And what
do they show with an SVN client?

It's not clear if this is your first post on this topic or not. On
the one hand, there's no quoted text, not "Re" in the subject line, no
References header, and no In-Reply-To header on your mail. On the
other hand, you write that you have "still" not been able to access
your repository, implying that you've posted about this before. If
you have, I haven't seen those posts -- so I don't know if the advice
I'm giving above is advice you've already received.

Good luck,

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Received on Wed Jun 6 21:31:01 2007

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