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Unrecognized URL scheme on svn command

Posted: 2011/10/06 04:11:51
by abaam
Hi i got a problem.. i hope you can help me..

i do this command -> svn co http://svn.gnewsense.svnhopper.net/gnewsense/builder/trunk builder
Error -> svn: Unrecognized URL scheme for 'http://svn.gnewsense.svnhopper.net/gnewsense/builder/trunk'

According from other forum they said
i need to remove this one "/usr/local/bin/svn"
so do the command -> sudo rm /usr/local/bin/svn

I command $ svn co http://localhost/svn/tubescraper tubescraper --username saeed
I got this error bash: /usr/local/bin/svn: No such file or directory

Then they said do this "Bash has hashed the last location it used for svn. Either start a new shell (e.g. by opening a new terminal), or type hash -r"

Still I got this error bash: /usr/local/bin/svn: No such file or directory.

Now I need to put this "/usr/local/bin/svn" back again. I don't how

Help please thank you very much in advance

Unrecognized URL scheme on svn command

Posted: 2011/10/06 14:22:44
by gerald_clark
Since you have removed svn, you will have to reinstall it.
How did you install it the first time?
Did you try to install it again?

Re: Unrecognized URL scheme on svn command

Posted: 2011/10/06 20:53:01
by TrevorH
Nothing CentOS supplied will put binaries in /usr/local so your copy of svn came from outside of the yum repositories for CentOS 4.

Re: Unrecognized URL scheme on svn command

Posted: 2011/10/07 04:54:30
by abaam
i Just follow this one http://www.how2centos.com/installing-redmine-subversion-on-centos-5-5/

Re: Unrecognized URL scheme on svn command

Posted: 2011/10/07 11:15:53
by TrevorH
That guide says to install subversion using `yum install subversion mod_dav_svn` but this would not install svn in /usr/local/bin/svn unless you did not configure yum-priorities correctly and it picked it up from a non-standard repo