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Avatar ministe2003 1 post

Hello everyone, I’m trying to get Eclipse to talk to my subversion instance through VMPlayer and the subversion 1.6.6-0-opensuse appliance but I have zero linux knowledge. Does the appliance already have a repository set up and if so how do i access it?

I assumed it didnt so created one myself following these instructions:
http://www.section6.net/wiki/index.php/Setting_…

I have installed subclipse and am trying to point it to my repository which i assume is svn://xxx.×.×.xx/src (src being the folder I created the repository in, as per the instructions linked to above). Does that sound right?

When I create the link I get a message saying "Error validating location “…” Bad URL passed to RA layer.
svn: URL ‘svn://xxx.xx.×.xx/src’ non-existent in revision 0.

Now then, I assume thats ok and its just telling me that the repository is empty r
ight?
So then I go to my project and try to share it with that location and i get Authorization Failed error. Why am I getting that? I have changed the svnserve.conf file to allow anon write access as per the instructions above, again, so what else am I missing?

Thanks!
Steven

 
Avatar Beltrán Rueda Administrator 3,714 post(s)

Hi,

Could you try to add the following in the Subversion server script to use the repository. Try to modify the following line installdir/apps/subversion/scripts/ctl.sh:

svnserve -d -r subversion_repository_path —listen-port=… —pid-file=…

I hope it helps

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