Fedora 32 Blocking Access To SVN Repository

I recently installed a new Fedora 32 and moved some svn repositories over from my old OS. When I went to commit a new version, I got the error:

svn: E170013: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: E170013: Unable to connect to a repository at URL 'https://svn.riouxsvn.com/project'
svn: E670002: Name or service not known

At first I thought this was a connection issue or an issue with fedora not recognising some file in the folder, but, attempting to ping RiouxSVN gives:

ping: https://riouxsvn.com/: Name or service not known

I cannot access RiouxSVN in the web browser, either. I can access it on this machine with windows, Ubuntu and with all other systems in the house, so I’m guessing it is an OS dependant problem. I’m not particularly familiar with network maintenance, and I can’t find this issue anywhere else on the interwebs, so any help would be grateful. Please let me know if you need any extra information and it will be provided post-haste.

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Apparently this issue is not related to Fedora:

Thanks for the quick reply. That is curious, as I seem to have access on android, right now, but access on Fedora is still down. I wonder why that is?

Thanks for the web link, by the way. Didn’t know that existed but it is now in my favourites.

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Possible reasons:

  • Google CDN caching such as Chrome Lite mode.
  • Difference in DNS configuration, i.e. resolvers/caching/timing.