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svn co issue

From: Anto Marky <markysvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 3 Oct 2008 12:43:03 +0530


I am new to subversion, just starting to create my repositories.

I created a repository under my /home/svn/ directory, I have edited my
svnserver.conf and changed the auth-access to reade write, and passwd file
to passwd and have added users to my passwd file.I am able to checkout and
commit from my windows machines.But when I try svn co with the command , svn
co svn:// /home/developer/svntest/, I get the
error svn: No repository found in 'svn://'.
I even tried svn co --username {user} --password {password} svn:// /home/developer/svntest/ that one too gives the
same error. When I try svnlook tree svn:// I can
see all the files and directories, When I try svn ls svn:// I am able to see the repositories.I started the
dameon a svnserve -d -r /home/svn/ (I have one more repository inside
/home/svn which bld).

Could someone please help figure out what I am missing


Received on 2008-10-03 09:13:33 CEST

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