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Subversion + Red Hat Linux Enterprise ES

Posted on 2006-06-26
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Hi,

I have installed Subversion on Redhat Linux,
I test the subversion locally, and it work fine.

But when I try to connect it remotely, I can't connect.
can anyone can provide instruction on how to run the svn server with remote connection, please?
thanks.
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I am not sure how you setup your svn server.  Do you know what port you are using and have you checked the firewall if the port is open?
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