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svnserve under Vista

From: James Mansion <james_at_mansionfamily.plus.com>
Date: Mon, 13 Apr 2009 23:01:30 +0100

Probably a silly issue but I've upgraded from XP to Vista (new laptop)
and installed 1.6.

Seems I can connect to it using:

svn ls svn://localhost

but bizarrely not with:

svn ls svn://127.0.0.1

and also not by specifying the ip4 addresses of any of the system's
interfaces. Which is
a shame, because I also can't connect from the Debian VM I have in VBox.

I suspect this is down to IPv4 vs IPv6 issues - but that's just a guess.

Any idea how I should proceed? Currently I'm not specifying
--listen-host: can
I specify this several times (or multiple hosts in one argument?) and
specify all
the IPv4 addresses I want it to use explicitly?

Clutching at straws here.

James

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