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RE: Subversion 1.0/Mandrake 9.2/Apache2

From: Jeff Lanzarotta <lanzarottaj_at_rogersltd.com>
Date: 2004-03-12 20:58:38 CET

Welp, ldd return 'libdb-4.1.so => /usr/lib/libdb-4.1.so (0x40048000)' so
that confirms it...

Ok then, I changed the /conf/svnserve.conf and added the stuff you
suggested. I then created a passwd file as you suggested. I fired up 'su
svn -c "svnserve --daemon --root /usr/local/svn/repositories". I then
did 'svn ls svn://localhost/path/to/repos', it showed me everything, but
it didn't ask for any authorization...

-----Original Message-----
From: John Peacock [mailto:jpeacock@rowman.com]
Sent: Friday, March 12, 2004 2:31 PM
To: Jeff Lanzarotta
Cc: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Re: Subversion 1.0/Mandrake 9.2/Apache2

Jeff Lanzarotta wrote:

> I am using BerkeleyDB 4.2 with Subversion and now, apache2 might be
> imcompatable... oh great!

ldd httpd | fgrep db

will tell you for sure (obviously you have to figure out where Mandrake
the httpd executable first). It's possible that Mandrake 10 is using
but I wouldn't even count on that (most distros are pretty conservative
that way).

> I was attempting to run svnserve on Mandrake and my clients on
> Windows2000 (TortoiseSVN). But the problem I am having is with
> authentication. I can't seam to get any what so ever to work... That's
> the delema.

Let's work on that then, so you can run svnserve instead (which is much
simpler). You need to edit the conf/svnserve.conf file to have at least
following lines:

anon-access = read
auth-access = write
password-db = passwd

(you can add a realm if you expect to have multiple databases sharing
the same
passwd file). Then you need to create the password file with the

jeff = jpassword
tim = tpassword

etc. (where you have actual passwords there ;~). Then follow the
in the book to run svnserve however you choose to do so. Check the auth
on the
Mandrake box using 'svn ls svn://localhost/path/to/repos' before you try
and get
TortoiseSVN working.



John Peacock
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