one year and a half later... Time again to awaken this post
We have just setup the svn package on our RS409 NAS, following the synology wiki documentation for installing and configuring the subversion server and test repository.
During first configuration and checkout, we encountered no problem and were correctly asked user authentication.
However, whenever we try to commit a file we get the post-submit error message: Can't remove file \.svn\prop-base\testlocal.txt.svn-revert, Access denied
It seems the file was never created at all during the svn add phase.
Windows user and svn user seems to be configured correctly (the windows useraccount has full access to the share).
Some posts on the Internet advised to modify the samba conf to add the option "delete readonly = yes", we tried that to no avail...
Could Tortoise use another windows account (like system account) to manage the working-copy .svn folder ?
The system configuration is as follow:
RS409 hosting a working copy on a share (Samba 3.2.8 )
anon-access = none
auth-access = write
password-db = passwd
SVN Client : TortoiseSVN 1.6.10, Build 19898 - 64 Bit running on windows 7 64bits
If anybody encountered this and has some light to share about how to get this working, please feel free ?