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Subversion, Bluehost, and TortoiseSVN

Setting Up TortoiseSVN (on Windows) to SSH Tunnel to a Bluehost Subversion Server I had a lot of trouble setting this up, so I hope this can be a resource to others. Please fix up any errors you find ...
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LAN->LAN IP translation (for TortoiseSVN + Artifacts + Buffalo router)

Here's my scenario: I've got a VisualSVN server on my main dev box @ home. I'm also using Visual Studio 2010, TortoiseSVN, VisualSVN client (for source control), and Versioned 'Artifacts' (for bug ...
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how can I “unlink” files stored in SVN repo

I've got two sites in my local www folder, say site1.com and site2.com. They are both stored in my SVN repo on the dev server, and I use tortoise SVN. I've copied some files from one of the sites to ...
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Error: Retrieval of mergeinfo unsupported by ‘svn://IP.Address’?

I am trying to merge a Branch to Trunk using the TSVN 'Reintegrate a branch' feature. However I get the following error. Error: Retrieval of mergeinfo unsupported by 'svn://IP.Address'? What ...
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SVN client is not working giving error as below

host address found in database but Error: requested name is valid and was found in the database, but it does not have the Error: correct associated data being resolved for. I am able to go to the ...
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SVN under samba in virtual box very slow

When I use Tortoise SVN on a samba drive inside virtualbox it is exremly slow... is there anyway to config samba to make it any faster? On a local drive it is very fast so it is not the svn server.
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How to upgrade a 1.4.3 TortoiseSVN-created repository to 1.6.x?

A few years ago, TortoiseSVN 1.4.3 was deployed to our software development team and we are now looking at upgrading the client to the latest 1.6.x version. I had hoped this upgrade would be ...
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Restoring Subversion repositories from backup

I had to restore a subversion server from a backup image taken the previous night. Everything worked fine after the restore except for one repository. A working copy had been committed on the server ...
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Subversion causes network problems

I often use tortoisesvn to checkout or update a working copy on a development server. Whenever I do this, it seems to slow down the network and other users complain that browsing websites and ...
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403 in Response to OPTIONS when updating working copy having full access

There is an SVN repository (single repository) http://example.net/svn The repository contains several projects (directories): http://example.net/svn/Project1 http://example.net/svn/Project2 User ...
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How do you access physical VisualSVN server files?

I'm wondering how you access the physical files that have been committed to a svn repository? I set my svn repository to D:\repositories at installation and for some reason, I can't find or see any of ...
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Problem with shell extentions on windows web server 2008 64bit?

I've tried to install TortoiseSVN (twice) in my 64 bit Windows Web Server 2008 RS installation, but the shell extention isn't showing at all. Anone knowing of a problem with shell extention in this ...
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SVN, Samba and Symbolic Links. How to get them all to play together?

I've got a website project under version control that relies on files from an unversioned directory on the same server via Symbolic Links. I'm currently storing the symbolic links in the repository. ...
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Hosting a subversion working copy in an remote WebDAV folder

This might be a bit awkward, but I'll try to explain what I am trying to achieve and what problems I encountered. First of all: whats this about? I am currently trying to set up a distributed working ...
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Unexpected 405 Response in SVN When Adding or Committing a File

I've just added a new user to a SVN repository. They have read/write perms on the repo. They also have file perms (up to Modify, including Write and Create) on the Repo directory. When the user tries ...
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The easiest way to set up an encrypted SVN repository?

I'm using Subversion and TortoiseSVN under Windows, connecting to a Linux webserver running svnserve. I have basic shell access to the Linux webserver. I have a non-encrypted link working, i.e. I can ...
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Configure SVN Server and Trac on Ubuntu

I would like to configure my Ubuntu Machine as local web server for multiple project handling. Am bit confused about the URL/Folder structure of my above system. I wish to get something like ...
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SVN Server stopped working properly (403 Forbidden)

Ok, first of all, I've already googled a lot about this problem, but didn't found any solution... I've searched here and on ServerFault, but didn't found anything, so I end up posting this question ...
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Moving a folder in SVN

This is on Win2k3sp2, using TortoiseSVN 1.6.5 and SlikSVN 1.6.3. I have a folder in a repo, call it /a/b, which I want to become /a/c/d in the same repo. I have tried just moving the folder and ...
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64-bit TortoiseSVN on Windows 7 says “file or directory is corrupted and unreadable” then runs chkdsk

I'm using 64-bit TortoiseSVN on a 64-bit Windows 7 Professional. Every so often a checkout or update will fail with an error message like the following. Error: Can't move Error: ...
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Can't access my SVN repository

I've used the following guide (up to step 5) to setup SVN on my personal server: http://blog.loadbalancer.org/how-to-setup-subversion/ Now I'm using TortoiseSVN on my client machine to import my work ...
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SVN: Where is my repository?

I'm trying to backup my SVN respository. My problem: I forgot where I put my repository on the hard disk. How can I find this? FYI: I'm using TortoiseSVN if that helps.
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Unable to access svn on ubuntu server via tortoise on windows (SUCCESS!!!)

EDIT: I finally got it working by specifying the folder. In the virtual host file in the sites-enabled I changed: SVNParentPath /home/ant To SVNPath /home/ant/svn and it finally ...
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TortoiseSVN missing file in update

We have occasionally had a problem with TortoiseSVN (I assume it's Tortoise and not our SVN repository), where a file will be checked in to the repository (doing a repo-browser you can see the files ...