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Re: new Debian install "could not connect to server"

From: Anne M. Hammond <hammond_at_txcorp.com>
Date: Sat, 6 Jun 2009 14:15:53 -0600

On Jun 4, 2009, at 4:10 PM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:

> On Jun 4, 2009, at 10:54, Anne M. Hammond wrote:
>> server subversion 1.4.2
>> client new Debian install, subversion 1.5.6
>> user_at_w3[21] > svn co
>> https://ice.corp.com/code/pkgs/trunk pkgs
>> svn: OPTIONS of 'https://ice.corp.com/code/pkgs/trunk':
>> <https://ice.corp.com/code/pkgs/trunk%27:> could not
>> connect to server (https://ice.corp.com)
> Why is there a "%27" in the URL? Where did that come from?
> What does your server's apache configuration look like -- the
> Subversion part of it?
> Is there an http proxy server on this network that could be
> interfering with "unusual" HTTP methods like OPTIONS?

I received this yesterday from the remote user with the new Debian

   I was finally able to fix the problems with snv by updating from from
   testing to experimental version.

Since we don't use Debian here, I'm not exactly certain of these
"testing" and "experimental".

The "%27" must have been included as part of the Debian svn error

The remote user and I did establish that his Debian workstation was
not using a proxy server.

I appreciate the response.



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