The host is a Linux Redhat Enterprise 4ES
AuthName "Aegis Subversion Repository"
I'm an svn noob. I don't see a way to get svn to tell me what version it
is. A -v or -version switch doesn't seem to exist, and help
wasn't...helpful. I can't find any record from up2date either. It's only
been a few months, so it can't be too out of date. I don't know what apr is.
I'm using TortoiseSVN 1.6.5, Build 16974 - 64bit on Vista64.
The authentication process works, so I'm assuming that SSL is configured
and working or I wouldn't get that far. It's not until after login I get
there error message. If there's anything else you need, just let me know.
Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Sep 24, 2009, at 11:30, Sean H. wrote:
>> I've never set up a subversion repository before, but it has become
>> necessary for a project I'm working on. I've set it up with WebDAV and
>> Apache. My first result was the famous PROPFIND 400 error. Since I'm not
>> behind any proxies I have an influence over (or that I am even aware of)
>> that avenue wasn't an option. One recommended solution was using https.
>> So I got a certificate and set up SSL, but I'm still getting the same
>> Command: Import [c:\filepath] to https://svn.[domain].com/[repository]
>> Error: Server sent unexpected return value (400 Bad Request) in response
>> to PROPFIND
>> Error: request for '[repository]/!svn/vcc/default'
>> I'm using TortoiseSVN as the local client. I didn't find any discussion
>> of this issue in the Tortoise forum, so I'm assuming it's not an issue
>> w/ the client.
> Show us your apache configuration, tell us what versions of apache and
> subversion and apr you're using, what OS is on the server and the
> client, and anything else you think might help us understand your
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Received on 2009-09-26 02:09:32 CEST