I have both SVN and Samba running on the same Debian server.
I have a shared folder,
dev, in which I have a SVN checkout,
example, of a project.
When I ssh to the server, I am able to do a
svn up example from within the
dev folder, no problem, however, when I connect to the Samba share and do a
svn log (with TortoiseSVN in Windows) I get a 'connection refused' error and a note about removing
-q from 'ssh' in '[tunnels]', however, I do not have a
-q under '[tunnels]'.
This is my smb.conf file:
path = /var/chroot/www-data/ browseable = yes read only = no writable = yes guest ok = no create mask = 0644 directory mask = 0755 force user = www-data force group = www-data mangled names = no delete readonly = yes
I get the same errors when using Dokan instead of Samba.