I would like please to understand why such svn behavior, what causes these errors and how can I solve the issue. I'm not sure if this will work or whether it should be placed before or after the global file is loaded. Investigation: Internet research on the above errors did not uncover any pertinent information. Please let me know if still this doesn't work. This is required as without user access it might possible that repository is not readable. Putty does not care about the session name when you open a connection from there, hence there was no error when connecting from Putty. .
Thanks for contributing an answer to Ask Ubuntu! When you have this type of problem your debug output will look like this debug1: Entering interactive session. I have rebuilt subversion, cyrus-sasl and neon. This question discusses how to do that: I'm trying to do the same exact thing and I'm receiving the identical error message that you posted above. I'm going mad with this issue, that came out of all a sudden! There can be multiple things to check here. Without this client needs to provide the whole path for the access. Change the core to coreSvn or coresvn. I ran the deprecated tool to find and remove them, just in case.
See Servers and Permissions: A Word of Warning. It's one of the reason why people use http with Subversion. I am not sure if both steps are required, maybe just changing registry will be enough, I will leave that to you to confirm. The hostname for the server was not shown in Process tracing. Provide details and share your research! I'm grasping for something that might be different on this machine than the others.
This laptop has always worked fine too, until about 2011-12-05. I just now rebuild cyrus-sasl and subversion in that order. Because I can access the repository via ssh from another Linux box, permissions don't appear to be the problem. If so, it points to a problem with the network. Despite your helpful step-by-step guide, I am not sure what to conclude from these symptoms. I'm compiled with the following use flags enabled: apache2 berkdb dso extras gnome-keyring sasl webdav-neon Jeff Kowalczyk 12.
Then after reinstallation, client connected to repo beautifully. Run this command to show the version and other details about the subversion package apt-cache show subversion There can be issues connecting to a 1. Can you ping it from your Windows box? The results are the same if I attempt access as root. I finally came across a solution for this. Thanks, Jeff Daniel Shahaf 12. When svnserve is invoked by a tunnel agent like this, be sure that the authenticated user has full read and write access to the repository database files.
Like Branden, I have four other Gentoo ~amd64 boxes with subversion use flag sasl, and they work fine. To learn more, see our. No firewalls, server nor client-side. A note about the bash configuration method: If you're on shared hosting, your user. Do other applications that use sasl work fine? This isn't visible in the ssh log even with debug ssh -vvv. For debugging please run the server daemon with --foreground to get logs and easy view.
In other words, my issue is that in order to perform an svn checkout, the first will always fail, and only next trys will succeed. The subversion and cyrus-sasl packages are built with the following use flags. Just did an emerge --sync and double checked my update status. The svnserve program behaves normally communicating via stdin and stdout , and assumes that the traffic is being automatically redirected over some sort of tunnel back to the client. I hope you got my issue. You'll need to figure out if the gentoo sasl packages is broken or not. Apologies for long response, but as I haven't seen response to this problem after googling for longer while, I thought that may be helpful for different cases.
The timeout for authentication on the server is 10 seconds; as 15 is greater than 10, this fails. Have you had any luck doing this using the command line? I looked into modifying the svnserve. Download a command line Subversion client, and see if you can checkout with that. Maybe this simple solution will work: Go to your putty and check whether the saved session name matches with the name svn saved session name in putty that you are trying to take checkout with. I didn't try the first approach of editing my registry. I would be happy to provide you more information. I only removed the pound sign, and left a single space before anon-access and auth-access ; and sorry, I forget which command gave me the clue, but I got an error svn: E200002: line 20: Option expected which was the anon-access line in svnserve.
If not, you have a network issue. You won't be able to edit the global file, so you'll need to work around that. I never used , so I don't know what it does to the Apache httpd configuration. That will give the best opportunity for someone to see what might be causing the problem. Otherwise after 3 minutes approximately , if I want to checkout again I need to run the svn checkout command, get the errors E170013 and E730054, then run the same command again and the svn checkout works again. Please feel free to ask any question.