SVN Checkout URL – fresh install

rajeshkumar created the topic: SVN Checkout URL – fresh install
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I just setup SVN on a server that is running Ubuntu server as a fresh install. I’ve got it up and running but am having difficult determining how to connect to it.

I’m trying to do an import using the local IP address: http://IP/RepositoryName but it’s saying it can’t resolve the IP. I’m wondering if there’s something on the server I need to setup.

I have not modified dav_svn.conf because there is another server here that is running SVN (I’m migrating it to a new server) and it’s dav_svn.conf is not modified. The current working SVN has a subdomain associated with the IP location of the server but doesn’t do anything special with the ports as far as I can tell.

I’m getting this error via RapidSVN when I try to import…
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