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we are working on one android project in our company using Eclipse as an IDE. one person is works on windows platform while i am using ubuntu for android development. we need to connect same project via svn repository.

Now the problem is we couldn't connect our server via Ubuntu.
I recently started ubuntu for development so i really don't know much more things about Ubuntu.
so we failed to connect our project via svn repository. Repository is windows based.

So how do I configure SVN repository in Ubuntu? How to connect server from Ubuntu?(server is on windows platform)

How to communicate between Windows and Ubuntu?

While checkout our project it gives some error. I posted error below. please have look on this

Checkout operation for 'file://serversystem/application_directory/Android' failed. svn: E180001: Unable to open an ra_local session to URL
svn: E180001: Unable to open repository 'file://serversystem/application_directory/Android'
svn: E170000: Local URL 'file://serversystem/application_directory/Android' contains unsupported hostname

I checked all the possibilities like svn://, file:///, http://; but we failed to access repository

Thanks and regards
tj

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First of all - you must to know, that you want to have and that to do in order to reach results. Now you are far away from this state

android project in our company using Eclipse as an IDE

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one person is works on windows platform while i am using ubuntu

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we need to connect same project via svn repository.

and

Now the problem is we couldn't connect our server via Ubuntu.

pair drive me nuts !!!.

Your task really is "Organize Sorce Control in Subversion for at least 2 separate Workspaces of developers"

In order to to it and because Subversion is CVCS, you have to build Subversion-server (on any available platform), create at least one repository and define (if needed) ACL for repo-access. As results

Users perform development in own Working Copies, store results in Repository, which can be accessed any of existing (and enabled) methods. //serversystem/application_directory/Android now is not a repository, I suppose. Read SVN Book, chapters 5 and 6 at least

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