Error validating location org tigris subversion javahl clientexception


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At work I long before made the subversion server using webdav solution on Debian (Power Edge1850) using basic authentication SSL.

It works pretty fine at least for 6 months I never reboot the server:) I enrich the first post about the basic authentication ssl over webdav subversion server.

However on the network by using its protocol, no text plain data is transmitted.

Just on the server, you have plain text password which I also feel unconfortable.

# [groups] python1 = mrlanrat, user # Project python1 [python1:/] @python1 = r [python1:/branches] @python1 = rw [python1:/trunk] @python1 = rw [Wed Apr 21 2010] [error] [client 209.1] user not found: /svn/test/trunk [Wed Apr 21 2010] [error] [client 209.1] client denied by server configuration: /home/mrlanrat/domains/svn.domain.com/usvn/public/svn I had the same problem and I've red that there is no possibility to disable mod_evasive for a defined virtual host. Apparently SVN/WED-DAV sends commands so fast that it gets blocked. I would still like it enabled for my other virtual-hosts.

:) If anyone knows a way to just disable it for only one virtual-host please let me know.

For webdav it seems you need a http connection and a web server.

I did it as told in howto and after trying to use subclipse whole eclipse crashed. So if anyone has this problem try to uninstall libsvn-javahl I have eclipse and the subclipse plugin installed.

This setting may be overridden on a per-user basis by # altering the JAVA_HOME setting in ~/.eclipse/eclipserc. Can I put that url a browser address bar or File Explorer? Hi, regarding your question, A1) You can check if the server is listening the port or not by netstat -n If you run it as a daemon (with -d option), you can see it by ps aux | grep svn A2) If you want to access to svn server, you need svn client (CUI or GUI). I keep getting this error when I try to view the repo: sudo svn co svn://localhost/var/local/svn/projectx svn: /var/local/svn/projectx/conf/svnserve.conf:9: Option expected or from within Ecplise: url: svn://localhost/var/local/svn/projectx Error validating location: "org.tigris.subversion.javahl.

/usr/lib/j2sdk1.5-sun/ #/usr/lib/jvm/java-gcj #/usr/lib/kaffe/pthreads #/usr/lib/sablevm #/usr/lib/fjsdk #/usr/lib/j2se/1.5 #/usr/lib/j2se/1.4 #/usr/lib/j2sdk1.5-ibm #/usr/lib/j2sdk1.4-ibm #/usr/lib/j2sdk1.5-sun #/usr/lib/j2sdk1.4-sun Ok then , let's get started. You cannot use the service if you access to it by your browser (firefox? If you want to access CUI, svn co svn://localhost/var/local/svn/xxx I added article on the top post, please have a look:)Hi, I've followed all of the instructions here, but I get a "Malformed network data" error when I try to create a new repository location from eclipse. I'm using svn://localhost for my repository location. Client Exception: Malformed file svn: /var/local/svn/projectx/conf/svnserve.conf:9: Option expected" here's my ln 8 [general] 9 anon-access = read 10 auth-access = write 11 password-db = passwd # refers to passwd file in same folder 12 realm = Elemental Repository Also found some corrections to be made to the OP: [COLOR="Red"][Server - Subversion] Step1: Install subversion package sudo apt-get subversion subversion-helper-scripts subersion-tools should be sudo apt-get install subversion subversion-helper-scripts subversion-tools typos mainly..

Then start eclipse with "eclipse -vmargs -Djava.library.path=/usr/lib/jni/". I follow all the steps above and I think I am doing everything correctly. It only accepts the password as it is saved in clear text in that passwd file.

In the Eclipse menu Windows -Hi all, I am totally new with this. I did also created a svn account (with no home directory). sudo mkdir -p /var/local/svn/projects sudo svnadmin create /var/local/svn/projects sudo chown -R svn:svn /var/local/svn/projects In Step 3: I did exactly the same, except I gave it a different Realm Repository. I set up a few repositories for different users and they always have to send me their password unencrypted - that's a little not sure if we understood each other, I was talking about websvn by the way, the webdav stuff is interesting, I have svn currently set up as "xinetd(Super server program)", but I'm considering on doing the webdav way, because I can probably then set up a secure connection trough https (witch seems a little easier for users remotly than the svn ssh connection)not sure if we understood each other, I was talking about websvn Ooops. Ok websvn stuff is new to me and I'll try when I have time. Ok websvn stuff is new to me and I'll try when I have time.Currently I'm busy at work developping applications though.. Currently I'm busy at work developping applications though.. It works perfect with authentication : D much better than using a svn ssh connection to make it safe for remote users.



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