Error validating location org tigris subversion javahl


07-Apr-2017 10:36

In the same folder there is already the file named "passwd", all you need to do is edit this plain text file. Just a couple of notes while following this: - I had to run svnadmin with sudo - the path for the xinetd svnserve conf file was "/etc/xinetd.d" (on my box anyway) - the second "server" is supposed to be "server_args" I think on a personal opinion note, I question whether the user should be 'root'. I too created a svn system user (no home created) and did a chown on the repository directory. Ok, I'll update the first post with this info, thanx.

sudo gedit passwd -- [users] username = password #Just a couple of notes while following this: - I had to run svnadmin with sudo - the path for the xinetd svnserve conf file was "/etc/xinetd.d" (on my box anyway) - the second "server" is supposed to be "server_args" I think on a personal opinion note, I question whether the user should be 'root'. I created a user 'svn' and chown'ed the svn directory to svn and used user = svn in the svnserve conf file. Thanks for the HOW TO though, it started me on the right track. I edited /etc/xinetd.d/svnserve to be the following service svnserve and edited /etc/services to the following: svnserve 3690/tcp # Subversion protocol I've restarted /etc/init.d/xinetd restart, is say it stop and started again after the command. Is there a way to encrypt the password in the passwd file when using svnserve?

When I create a repository and try to import code into it from netbeans i get the following error: I know i have the username and password correct (and I have tried different users) I have done some research and it seems that it is most likely an Apache svn error. Server Name svn.Server Alias Server Alias Document Root /home/mrlanrat/domains/svn.domain.com/usvn/public Error Log /var/log/virtualmin/svn.domain.com_error_log Custom Log /var/log/virtualmin/svn.domain.com_access_log combined Directory Index index.php4 index.php5 Error Document 404 default DAV svn Require valid-user SVNParent Path /home/mrlanrat/domains/svn.domain.com/usvn/files/svn SVNList Parent Path on Auth Type Basic Auth Name "USVN" Auth User File /home/mrlanrat/domains/svn.domain.com/usvn/files/htpasswd Authz SVNAccess File /home/mrlanrat/domains/svn.domain.com/usvn/files/authz Can anyone point out what I may have done wrong and how to fix it?

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

Subversion (also known as SVN) is a broadly used version control system.