SVN seems to be down

I’ve tried throughout the day to install the plugin from SVN and the
connection keeps getting refused.

On a side note, I tried instead to install the gem rather than the
plugin and it seems to only run correctly for the root user. Am I doing
something wrong? Sorry if this is a stupid question, but I’m pretty new
to Rails and even newer to AAF.

Thanks,

Josh

Josh West wrote:

On a side note, I tried instead to install the gem rather than the
plugin and it seems to only run correctly for the root user. Am I doing
something wrong? Sorry if this is a stupid question, but I’m pretty new
to Rails and even newer to AAF.

What is only running for the root user? The ‘gem install’ command?
That’s normal if you want to install the gem for system-wide use.

-Stuart

On Fri, Aug 17, 2007 at 12:48:47AM +0200, Josh West wrote:

I’ve tried throughout the day to install the plugin from SVN and the
connection keeps getting refused.

AAF’s svn repo is up.

Most often the problem is that firewalls block outgoing access to
strange
ports like the ones the svn:// protocol is using.

Jens


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Thanks, I figured it out. “Root” was the only user with access to the
index. I fixed that and everything works fine.

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