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There are a number of hits when you go searching for this problem, some of those workarounds may work better for you - this is just what worked for me.If you screw up your repository by following these steps, don't blame me.I believe this is related to the xml documentation files.: Subversion 1.7 implements a new working copy approach which centralises the meta data, and it now has a single directory at the root of your working copy.This should be okay if you're checking in a new version anyway.I had same problem after googling for some help found articles that suggested to override the checksum in the .svn\entries file.
Give this a try: in terminal, it gives me the names of some packages which cause the error then I did the following: Update manager(software update) → Setting → Configure Software Sources → Other software[tab] → Uncheck the packages After pressing the "close" bottom, update manager started to check for update automatically again and I saw this message:"the software on this computer is up to date.This worked for me, if it doesn't work for you, try one of the other links above. If you're paranoid enough, getting into this situation in the first place (most likely a corrupted block on your drive) won't be that scary because you keep your tree checked out on multiple machines.I've got mine on my laptop, dev server, and production server, and all are (generally) up-to-date.But be aware that it is a complex issue and may take more than one release to resolve.The only solution that worked for me is from unix.stackexchange.