Not able to install acts_as_ferret

I have an older version installed and want to try the latest ferret/aaf
to see if it solves some perf problems, but haven’t been able to get aaf
on multiple tries on multiple days now.

script/plugin install
svn://projects.jkraemer.net/acts_as_ferret/trunk/plugin/acts_as_ferret

svn: Can’t connect to host ‘projects.jkraemer.net’: Operation timed out

Has anybody else installed this plugin lately?
Any other way to get the latest?

Thanks
-Mark

Still can’t connect, but I finally noticed the trunk export at the
bottom of the aaf wiki. -Mark

Mark P. wrote:

I have an older version installed and want to try the latest ferret/aaf
to see if it solves some perf problems, but haven’t been able to get aaf
on multiple tries on multiple days now.

script/plugin install
svn://projects.jkraemer.net/acts_as_ferret/trunk/plugin/acts_as_ferret

svn: Can’t connect to host ‘projects.jkraemer.net’: Operation timed out

Has anybody else installed this plugin lately?
Any other way to get the latest?

Thanks
-Mark

Hi Mark,

are you sure there’s no firewall blocking things on your side ?
The svn: protocol uses Port 3690, sometimes this is a problem with
restrictive corporate networks and such.

Jens

On Thu, Oct 19, 2006 at 07:59:07PM +0200, Mark P. wrote:


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On 10/20/06, Jens K. [email protected] wrote:

Hi Mark,

are you sure there’s no firewall blocking things on your side ?
The svn: protocol uses Port 3690, sometimes this is a problem with
restrictive corporate networks and such.

Jens

FYI I can connect from here too. Must be a firewall issue.

David B. wrote:

On 10/20/06, Jens K. [email protected] wrote:

Hi Mark,

are you sure there’s no firewall blocking things on your side ?
The svn: protocol uses Port 3690, sometimes this is a problem with
restrictive corporate networks and such.

Jens

FYI I can connect from here too. Must be a firewall issue.

Yes, it is. Sorry, and thanks for the reply.
-Mark

On Fri, Oct 27, 2006 at 09:32:53AM -0700, Ryan K. wrote:

FYI I can connect from here too. Must be a firewall issue.

Yes, it is. Sorry, and thanks for the reply.

Why not allow HTTP access to the svn repo?

Initially I didn’t use Apache as web server on this machine, so there
was no mod_svn and hence no http access to the repo.

I migrated (back) to Apache some time ago, so I could give mod_svn a
try. I’ll look into this.

Jens


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On 10/27/06, Mark P. [email protected] wrote:

FYI I can connect from here too. Must be a firewall issue.

Yes, it is. Sorry, and thanks for the reply.

Why not allow HTTP access to the svn repo?

-ryan

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