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Re: SSL Certificate Authentication, location of 'servers' file

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2004-08-13 22:29:52 CEST

"adeveloper.tigris" <adeveloper.tigris@elitefrontier.com> wrote on
08/13/2004 04:26:51 PM:

> Thanks for the information on locating the 'servers' file directory.
> Chapter Seven mentions that there can also be a system wide
configuration file
> located in /etc/subversion, however there is no /etc/subversion
directory. I
> suppose, the administrator has to manually create the /etc/subversion
> directory and populate the 'servers' and 'config' files within, if they
> to create a system-wide 'servers' configuration file?
> thanks!

Yes, you can create the system-wide files manually. However, understand
that those are still client-side files, so unless you have multiple user
accounts working on the same machine, it isn't buying you much. There are
no "server-side" configuration options in Subversion yet.


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