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#1 2006-04-06 03:01:10

viniosity
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From: New York, NY
Registered: 2005-01-22
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newbie subversion questions

I got subversion set up and am trying to figure out how to check in and check out code. 

In my authz  file  I have allowed all members of the staff group access
In the passwd file I have set up passwords for the members of the staff group
In the svnserve.conf file I have anon-access = none and auth-access = write

When I go to check out code though (svn checkout://foo.com/project1) it says:

svn: No access allowed to this repository

So question 1 is.. what did I do wrong? It's not even asking me for a username or password.  Is the syntax wrong?

I don't feel right asking how to commit code since I haven't done any googling or research on it but if it's fairly simply and somebody wants to volunteer that info I'll gladly take it! smile

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#2 2006-04-06 07:40:36

codemac
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Re: newbie subversion questions

did you really mean "checkout://foo.com/project1" ?  If you want to access this repos with ssh, then do

svn co svn+ssh://foo.com/project1

  If you are accessing this with svnserve set up, then

svn co svn://foo.com/project1

is enough.  You can also use file:// http:// https:// as well.  Maybe this is your problem?

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#3 2006-04-06 15:16:13

viniosity
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Re: newbie subversion questions

Using the svn+ssh command it worked but I was asked for my password 3 times and each time I had to enter my ssh password.  Does that mean the password I put in the passwd file is useless?

Thanks for your help.. it really makes me feel better that it's working. smile

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