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From: Erik Hemdal <erik_at_comprehensivepower.com>
Date: Mon, 6 Apr 2009 12:08:42 -0400

. . . .
> > uktedc_at_tiscali.co.uk wrote:
> >> I am a Linux user and I am using the intrepid ibix
> version.I am a new
> >> user and reading the book I have created a repository apparently
> >> without problem. I now want to import my files into the
> repository. I
> >> type in the command hit transmit and suddenly I am faced
> by a window
> >> telling me that my input has been ignored. Even worse the terminal
> >> has been closed down and everything I typed in has been
> thrown away.
. . . .

From reading several of these posts, may we infer that you are running
Ubuntu 8.10? That's the only distribution I know of that calls itself
Intrepid Ibex.

Please tell us how you are accessing your repository. You need a server
process to access a repository. The svnserve process is simple to configure
if you are learning about Subversion. If you don't know what server you set
up, then this might be the root problem. To begin to solve the problem read
the Subversion Book on how to set up svnserve. Even if you decide to use
some other method of access, this will help you prove out a lot about your
setup.

I know of no Linux application that will close a shell window in the way you
described. But shell applications on Windows which are run from Windows
shortcuts do this. It's very difficult to solve problems when that happens.
Are you perhaps trying to run a command from a Windows shortcut and trying
to access your Linux server?

Erik

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