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Re: Re: New to Subversion/TortoiseSVN

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-10 15:59:51 CEST

On 5/10/07, Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn@googlemail.com> wrote:
> On 10/05/07, Curtis Dunn <Curtis.Dunn@toyoda-na.com> wrote:
> > Thanks for the reply Roel. I realize now that some of my questions may
> > have stemmed out of ignorance and thus did not make much sense.
> > However, I have continued to read the svn and tsvn books online and feel
> > that I am understanding this much better the second time through. To
> > answer your question, we will be installing to a windows 2003 server.
> > According to your reply, it should handle running the apache server
> > without much of a problem. Now all I have to do is convince them to use
> > apache on that server... But is there any reason not to install both
> > servers or is that just completely unnecessary and redundant? (I read
> > in an earlier post that someone had installed both so I assume that this
> > is possible and that one won't conflict with the other in this case)
> Check whether your server is running IIS already - some Microsoft
> components like Exchange Server depend on it. If IIS has already
> grabbed TCP port 80/81 you may have a harder job getting Apache
> running. OTOH I may be completely wrong here ... maybe someone else
> can confirm/correct this.

It's just as easy to get Apache running on an alternate port as it is
on the default port. It's just a single line in the config file and
you're set. I think the port # is even an option in the Apache Windows
installation routine.

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