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    Default Subversion repository error

    Since a while back (a week maybe) I get an error when installing software or refreshing repos using zypper or Yast. The error is

    Code:
    File '/repodata/repomd.xml' not found on medium 'http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/Subversion/openSUSE_11.1/'
    When I open the url of the repo (http://download.opensuse.org/reposit...openSUSE_11.1/) I see that there is nothing below the directory download.opensuse.org/repositories/Subversion, it is empty. Why is this? Has the Subversion packages been moved to another url and if so; which url?

    I have a feeling that this is in preparation for 11.2.

    Regards, Micke.

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    Default Re: Subversion repository error

    thermopyle wrote:

    > Since a while back (a week maybe) I get an error when installing
    > software or refreshing repos using zypper or Yast. The error is
    >
    > Code:
    > --------------------
    > File '/repodata/repomd.xml' not found on medium
    > 'http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/Subversion/openSUSE_11.1/'
    > --------------------

    sorry khm
    Error 404
    where you get such link?
    subversion is actually something different then made yast and zypper...

    did you understand that?

    svn co [url] [localsvn]


    > I have a feeling that this is in preparation for 11.2.

    my guess is no

    Can you explaine what you expect to see.

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    Default Re: Subversion repository error

    Thanks for the answer but I think you got it wrong.

    I have installed Subversion using openSUSE build service to get a more up-to-date version of Subversion than is included in 11.1. Using one-click install from the openSUSE build service web site also adds a repository. I did this maybe six months ago. Now all of a sudden, this repository has vanished which leads to errors every time I use package management (zypper, Yast, kupdateapplet ...).

    To get rid of the error I can easily remove the repo in Yast or zypper (it's gone anyway) but then I won't get any updates to the Subversion packages.

    So how do I keep my Subversion installation up-to-date now that the repository I installed it from has gone?

    Regards, Micke.

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    Default Re: Subversion repository error

    Quote Originally Posted by thermopyle
    Thanks for the answer but I think you got it wrong.

    I have installed Subversion using openSUSE build service to get a more
    up-to-date version of Subversion than is included in 11.1. Using
    one-click install from the openSUSE build service web site also adds a
    repository. I did this maybe six months ago. Now all of a sudden, this
    repository has vanished which leads to errors every time I use package
    management (zypper, Yast, kupdateapplet ...).

    To get rid of the error I can easily remove the repo in Yast or zypper
    (it's gone anyway) but then I won't get any updates to the Subversion
    packages.

    So how do I keep my Subversion installation up-to-date now that the
    repository I installed it from has gone?

    Regards, Micke.
    Hi
    I think they moved things around on OBS, just search here and probably
    select a devel:tools repository. You just need to edit your existing
    repository an change the path entry.

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