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RE: mod_dav_svn on Win32

From: Carsten Schurig <carsten.schurig_at_ebz-dresden.de>
Date: 2003-11-21 09:28:19 CET

Wadsworth, Eric (Contractor) <mailto:wadswore@fhu.disa.mil> wrote on
Thursday, November 20, 2003 5:43 PM:

> A few months back I tried to get Apache 2.0.x running on a Win 2000
> box, with SSL. Spent days and days, and it never worked. More
> recently, I've been fighting with an oracle app server on a windows
> box. Nightmare. My rule of thumb: *nix makes the best servers, but
> I'll drive them from my Windows box via ssh, thank you.

Actually it did take some time (2 to 3 hours) doing the basic RTFM and
deciding that I *really* want to try to install subversion and that I'd
like to use apache with SSPI for authentification. Then it took some
time to get all files (we just have a 128kb/s line).

*But* the real installing took me about 30 to 60 minutes on a Win2K
server to get it finally running. I must admit though, that I'm an
experienced Linux user (at home I just use Linux for years now) and I
know to RTFM and how to use *nix tools.

And here all runs fine. The machine has a reasonable amount of RAM
(768MB) and serves as Internet router, firewall, email server, print
server, Windows file server (for 10 people), and subversion server (for
three developers) as well.


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