On Mon, Feb 2, 2009 at 1:57 PM, Troy Watson <drtwox_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm trying to set up a subversion server for storing my personal
> projects. However, I can't actually get it working!
> After reading chapters 5 and 6 in the subversion book, I've installed
> subversion on my server (Debian etch, subversion version 1.4.2
> (r22196)), created the repository and edited the relevant files. The
> firewall (Shorewall) is set to allow svn traffic to and from the local
> On the server:
> drtwox_at_server:~$ mkdir svn
> drtwox_at_server:~$ svnadmin create svn
> drtwox_at_server:~$ vim svn/conf/svnserve.conf
> anon-access = none
> auth-access = write
> password-db = passwd
> authz-db = authz
> realm = projects
> drtwox_at_server:~$ vim svn/conf/passwd
> drtwox = password
> drtwox_at_server:~$ vim svn/conf/authz
> drtwox = rw
The above could be the offending file. I don't have a handy repository to
test right now, but I believe it should be something like:
That is, the header has two elements. The left side is the name of the
repository and the right side is the path within that repository.
> drtwox_at_server:~$ svnserve -r /home/drtwox/svn/ -d
> On the client:
> drtwox_at_thinkpad:~$ mkdir project
> drtwox_at_thinkpad:~$ touch project/testfile.c
> drtwox_at_thinkpad:~$ rm -fr /home/drtwox/.subversion/auth/
> drtwox_at_thinkpad:~$ svn import project svn://server/home/drtwox/svn -m
> "Initial import"
> Authentication realm: <svn://server:3690> projects
> Password for 'drtwox': password
> svn: Authorization failed
> What am I doing wrong?
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Received on 2009-02-02 23:38:19 CET