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> Stefan wrote:
>>file:// access to a repository is not recommended if the repository is
>>on a network share.
>>Also, the repository format is *not* compatible between 32-bit and
>>64-bit versions. Accessing a repository via file from 32-bit and 64-bit
>>clients won't work.
> I am experiencing the same problems with OpenAFS and file access.
> What would be the correct way to access if not file access?
> How can I reconfigure Tortoise correctly? Do I need to uninstall OpenAFS?
The correct way is to use one of the supported server configurations,
even if you are running on one physical machine. See the svn manual
for more detail, but you either run svnserve or configure an apache
webserver to host the subversion repositories. The first is quickest
to set up, the latter gives you more flexibility.