[CalendarServer-users] Unable to locate subversion base URI for sources.

Rick Davis roodavis at mac.com
Wed Sep 13 18:16:16 PDT 2006

On Sep 12, 2006, at 10:34 PM, Cyrus Daboo wrote:

> Hi Rick,
> --On September 12, 2006 10:08:50 PM -0400 Rick Davis  
> <roodavis at mac.com> wrote:
>> Just started getting this message with the today.  I read a post from
>> early August where this was reported and fixed. Two installations  
>> from
>> last week went fine.  Of course they were both test installs on my  
>> home
>> network.  Today I actually tried to install at a school and got this
>> error message "Unable to locate subversion base URI for sources."  
>> Tried
>> it again from home and got the same message.
>> Anyone else seeing this?
> At what point during the process does this error occur?
> I just tried the following standard install procedure and it worked  
> fine for me:
> svn checkout http://svn.macosforge.org/repository/calendarserver/ 
> CalendarServer/trunk CalendarServer
> cd CalendarServer
> ./run -s
> Note that you should double-check the svn version in use (run 'svn  
> help'). I think you will need at least 1.3.x. We should probably  
> add a check in the run script for this...
> -- 
> Cyrus Daboo

I believe it is towards the end of building pyOpenSSL.

svn version was 1.2.3  (Which worked up until today)

Downloaded and installed svn 1.3.1 and tried ./run -s again with same  
result.  Deleted everything and ran
svn checkout http://svn.macosforge.org/repository/collaboration/ 
CalendarServer/trunk CalendarServer
then cd CalendarServer
./run -s

Everything completed correctly. Now I'm hoping Josh can get through  
the configuring of using OpenDirectory (instead of a static  
repository) and posts a part 2 to his article on afp548.com soon.  
Although I don't imagine it will be easy to convert from using a  
static repository to using OpenDirectory to provision principals.

Not at all familiar with changing LDAP schema, so I have to wait for  
good instructions.  ;-)

Thanks and Have A Great Day.

Rick Davis

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