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Re: svn client local file access across win/unix

From: Sir Woody Hackswell <woody_at_hackswell.com>
Date: 2003-02-20 16:21:52 CET

On 20 Feb 2003, Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:

> > Alpha as in it has no authentication. Having anonymous checking things in
> > defeats the purpose of being able to track who munged up what. ;)
> It has the exact same authentication as CVS over rsh -- it tunnels
> over ssh.
> It sounds like this is all happening on a LAN. Don't all your
> potential svn users already have Unix accounts (and ssh access) on the
> svn server?

Yes. Maybe my problem is the lack of good documentation on using svnserve.
(yes there's a paragraph or two that aren't clear on a complete setup).

Remember, we've never used cvs. Only VSS. I haven't set up any ssh tunnels
for this LAN yet.

And that's the other thing. We still want access to a GUI. Yes, we could
ssh to the *nix boxen and do the CLI, but most of our developers aren't such
unixheads like myself. ;) Then there's getting the win32 clients to tunnel
as well. =big headache= Maybe I will just set up apache. =sigh=

Thanks for all of the input though.

I compile like an animal..... I want to ping you form the outside.....
I compile like an animal..... my whole kernel is flawed...
You bring us both closer to Bob.

Sir.Woody_at_Hackswell.com http://sir.woody.hackswell.com

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