here is the situation:
successfully installed svnserver on a NAS drive accessible by LAN using this tutorial:
The svn base directory is called svn, and the repo (dummy-name: repo_name) is inside svn.
I've edited the svnserver.conf and passwd files - and created a user as described in "Set Repository Permissions" (I've set anon-write for the sake of testing). From my workstation I try and check out the repo I've created on the NAS, using this format:
The client attempts to connect, requests a password but fails to establish a connection.
I currently have a couple of hypotheses:
- Tortoise is having to log in to the NAS itself first
- I shouldn't be using an IP Address - should I use the drive letter it's mapped to, or the network name of the device?
- TSVN needs to be configured in some way.
Tortoise is set to use TortoisePlink - when I try and assign Putty to it, it complains about the port (although I can connect and administer using Putty outside of TSVN).