:D. Not even close.You shouldn't need to SSH in, nor should you need to ever touch that svnroot thing you made.
I did put up a guide detailing everything you need to do in another email. That's using TortoiseSVN, a windows SVN client.
That svnroot folder, is not what you need to do. It's only there because you made it, i've set up the repo using a different name. I can't actually do anything about that folder though, because only you have write permissions on it, so i can't delete it.
Btw Lorin, please compile your code as a .dll, and make it have it's own project inside the Visual Studio Solution. It's not much work, and it is a nice an elegant way to do things.
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