SVN account

All,

I am using TortoiseSVN for Windows, and upon entering the URL
http://gnuradio.org/svn/usrp-hw/trunk”, I am asked for a username and
password.

I couldn’t find any way to register an account on
http://gnuradio.utah.edu/trac, either.

What do I do?

Thanks,

Written

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Written wrote:

I am using TortoiseSVN for Windows, and upon entering the URL
http://gnuradio.org/svn/usrp-hw/trunk”, I am asked for a username and
password.

The repository allows anonymous read-only access, so please try (if you
haven’t already) a blank name and password field. I don’t know if
TortoiseSVN allows this, though. You might also try adding a ‘/’ to the
end of your URL, though this is guesswork on my part.

I couldn’t find any way to register an account on
http://gnuradio.utah.edu/trac, either.

There isn’t. Only developers with check-in privileges need an account.


Johnathan C., AE6HO
[email protected]

I had tried blank fields previously, but now I tried with a ‘/’ at the
end of
the URL, but none of it worked.

Thanks,

Written

Johnathan C. wrote:

end of your URL, though this is guesswork on my part.


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Well, I guess I didn’t know what I’m doing…

I was previously trying TortoiseSVN -> Import, but when I just tried SVN
Checkout, it worked fine.

Sorry about that,

Written

Matt E. wrote:


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Written wrote:

I had tried blank fields previously, but now I tried with a ‘/’ at the end of
the URL, but none of it worked.

Are you behind a firewall? That blocks DAV? Also, can you try the
command line client?

Matt

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