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Re: Svn through apache access issues.

From: Erik Huelsmann <e.huelsmann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2004-04-21 08:41:33 CEST

> I installed the 1.01 rpms available for FC1. The hostname of the server
> is Octavia. This is what I did next. All access works just fine from the
> local file system. No problems. I can add, commit, everything.
> #CODE------------------------------------------------------
> [root@octavia home]# cd /home; mkdir svn
> [root@octavia home]# svnadmin create svn/
> [root@octavia home]# chmod -R 777 svn/
> [root@octavia home]# cd svn
> [root@octavia svn]# ls -alh

[ snip ]

> [root@octavia svn]# cd ..
> [root_at_octavia home]# svn mkdir file:///home/svn/foo (brings up editor
> and I enter a message)
> [root_at_octavia home]# svn co file:///home/svn/foo
> Checked out revision 1.

and here you should hava chmodded -R 777 svn/ too; look in your svn/db
directory. You'll find files which don't have accessrights 777. Local access
messes up the access rights you setup for the server, without the right



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