Remotely accessible subversion help
smorrey at gmail.com
Fri Mar 31 21:08:33 MST 2006
I have my SSH on an off port to help prevent dictionary style attacks.
But shouldn't svn:// be all thats needed or is svn+ssh strictly nessecary?
On 3/31/06, Andrew McNabb <amcnabb at mcnabbs.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 31, 2006 at 07:44:13PM -0700, Steve wrote:
> > Hello everyone, I managed to easily and quickly setup an apache based
> > subversion repository on my server for basically general purpose
> > consumption.
> > However one of my users offered a fairly substantial sum if I could
> > give him a private subversion repository.
> > So being the kind person I am, I went ahead and set it up for him.
> > The repository seems to be working just fine locally, but as soon as I
> > try to access it remotely I get...
> > svn: No repository found in 'svn://firstname.lastname@example.org/dishmal/.svn'
> Are you trying to do svn over http/dav, over ssh, or something else? If
> you want to do ssh, you'll have to use the URL
> Andrew McNabb
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