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Re: setup svn at mochahost

From: Man Tat Lam <lam7780_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 24 Aug 2009 16:08:40 -0700


   Can someone on the mailing list just try to do a checkout from the repo?
I only need to find out is it just me or no one can access that. I have
been dealing with the support guy and not able to resolve that.

user name : test
password : test

thanks alot,


On Mon, Aug 24, 2009 at 12:50 AM, Man Tat Lam <lam7780_at_gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
> I just setup a web hosting at mochahost.com which provide SVN
> services. I tried the support at there and had going back and forth with
> them but still not able to resolve it. Enough said. Here is the question
> that I am facing.
> I setup the svn account there.
> * -------------------------------------------
> Your repository URL is svn://just4smarty.com/
> To acces the repository you need to use a subversion client like
> TortoiseSVN
> Svn access is restricted you cant use Anonymus logins!!!
> For security reasons your main (cPanel) account is not added by defult
> into subversion user user list.
> -------------------------------------------
> *
> When I try to access that, connection failed.
> *-------------------------------------------*
> C:\Documents and Settings\mantat>svn checkout svn://just4smarty.com
> svn: Can't connect to host 'just4smarty.com': A connection attempt
> failed because the connecte
> d party did not properly respond after a period of time, or established
> connection failed beca
> use connected host has failed to respond.
> * **-------------------------------------------*
> Mochahost support reply me that they are able to do it without any problems
> * **-------------------------------------------*
> /tmp$ svn checkout svn://just4smarty.com/
> Authentication realm: Private Repository
> Username: test
> Password for 'test':
> Checked out revision 0.
> /tmp/just4smarty.com$ svn add ./test_file.txt
> A test_file.txt
> /tmp/just4smarty.com$ svn commit -m "test commit"
> Authentication realm: Private Repository
> Username: test
> Password for 'test':
> Adding test_file.txt
> Transmitting file data .
> Committed revision 1.
> Please check your firewall settings. You must allow connections to port
> 3690
> * **-------------------------------------------
> *I did a check and make sure my port 3690 is opened, even I think that
> should be from the server side. But still cannot perform a check out.
> I created a test account
> username:test
> password:test
> svn://just4smarty.com/
> Can someone try to connect that and see is there any problems? If not, can
> some one give me some suggest what should I do?
> thanks alot, appreciated for your helps.
> mantat
> *
> *


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