I have used TortoiseSVN before. But now, my system is Debian/Linux, afaik,
Tortoise has not a linux counterpart. RapidSVN is a GUI tool in Linux, but
it seems delegate the command to the subversion I installed, so it also
I've tried Eclipse + Subclipse, This composite can work. But it is bring me
lots of trouble. :(
There is no proxy between neither my cli to server nor web browser to
I am checking the tutorial you mentioned:
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发件人: Ryan Schmidt [mailto:subversion-2009b_at_ryandesign.com]
发送时间: 2009年6月1日 13:00
主题: Re: 答复: 答复: could not connect to server (was: no subject)
On May 31, 2009, at 20:19, 高峰 wrote:
> Another strange thing is, by monitoring the network packet, I found
> only DNS
> query is sent out after I execute "svn co". So I think it is the
> with my client program, not the server.
I agree, since you can access the repository from other clients.
> After this problem occurred, I've tried to delete the entire lib
> files on my
> client machine, and substituted them with those on another machine.
> But it
> didn't work for me..
Have you tried using a different client on this machine? For example,
if you have been using the command-line client, have you tried
TortoiseSVN or SmartSVN or one of the others listed here:
If they work, or don't, that could help us narrow down the problem.
Do you have an http proxy configured for this machine? Proxies can
interfere with the webdav http methods Subversion uses but usually
leave the standard web browser http methods alone, which could
explain why you can see the repository in a web browser but not in a
Subversion client. If this is the situation, then you can either fix
the proxy, or disable the proxy, or switch to using https instead of
http, because proxies cannot look inside secure packets and thus
can't interfere with them.
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Received on 2009-06-01 07:14:35 CEST