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Old 09-24-2009, 06:54 AM   #1
ashraflinux1@gmail.com
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problem wth svn checkout command


hi guys i have setup my svn server on 192.168.1.8
i created repo on server imported it from server & from client also


when client try checkout it gives the out put like this


[root@localhost tab]# svn checkout svn://xyz@192.168.1.8/mytest/repo/xyz
Checked out revision 13.
[root@localhost tab]#

I ISSUED THIS COMMAND FROM CLIENT SIDE IP OF CLIENT IS 192.168.1.105

THERE IS NO USER IN CLENT PC

Here xyz is a user that created on svn server { 192.168.1.8}

it is working properly till now

BUT FROM THE SAME CLIENT PC WHEN I ISSUE A COMMAND

[root@localhost tab]# svn checkout svn://feb@192.168.1.8/mytest/repo/xyz
svn: 'xyz' is already a working copy for a different URL

IT IS GIVEING THE OUT PUT LIKE THIS
HERE ALSO feb is a user that is created on svn server

{ Note: There is no user created in client pc and all pc here are fedora 8 & 11 I am doing all this is my lan only }
i guess i am have some confusion on checkout
plz cleargy my douth

guys plz help me
and if possible canu give me the proper step to set up svn server & client with user ID password useing ssh
PLZ do not give me leanthy document
i had a lot of that
only step plz
 
Old 09-24-2009, 11:32 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by ashraflinux1@gmail.com View Post
hi guys i have setup my svn server on 192.168.1.8 i created repo on server imported it from server & from client also

IT IS GIVEING THE OUT PUT LIKE THIS
HERE ALSO feb is a user that is created on svn server

{ Note: There is no user created in client pc and all pc here are fedora 8 & 11 I am doing all this is my lan only }
i guess i am have some confusion on checkout
plz cleargy my douth

guys plz help me
and if possible canu give me the proper step to set up svn server & client with user ID password useing ssh
PLZ do not give me leanthy document
i had a lot of that
only step plz
First, spell out your words, and write clearly. Your question is almost impossible to understand. Second, if you're posting a question, saying things like "do not give me leanthy document" (guessing you mean lengthy), isn't very polite. We volunteer our time here, so telling us what kind of answer is acceptable is very rude.

The error seems quite clear....your SVN server knows it already checked out a copy to someone at that address, and is telling you so. Check the software back IN, then you can check it back OUT under a different name.
 
  


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