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Re: svn via httpd and repository permissions

From: Nina Pham <nina_at_gibbons.com>
Date: 2004-08-03 01:38:59 CEST

Agrrr, I read over chapter 6 so many tiimes, tried to follow the
instruction. Have the save result every time. Now, I just tried to
create a very simple server which allow the whole world to access the
repository. I still have problem. The repository is owned by root,
however to make it simple, I just make it to be readable and writable by
anyone. When I did svn list --verbose file:///local/repos/
       1 root Aug 02 16:21 dir1
       1 root Aug 02 12:21 dir2
But when I did svn co file:///local/repos/ I got a permission
denied error message eventhough the repository can be readable and
writable by anyone by permission granted(chmod 777) and by httpd.conf.

Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:

>On Mon, 2004-08-02 at 17:27, Nina Pham wrote:
>>I setup the svn server via httpd.
>>What permission should be granted for owner, group and other if
>> 1.The server is anonymously accessible ( readable, writable)
>> 2. The server can only be accessed by authenticated users.
>Make the repository wholly owned by whatever user apache runs as.
>Then read chapter 6, which will explain how to set up your httpd.conf
><Location> block to do the things you describe.

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