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svn, mod_dav_svn, and two apaches

From: Jonas Voss <jonas.voss_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2004-09-09 13:23:58 CEST

Hi there,

I run my own apache 1.3.29 webserver [OS X 10.3.5 client) at home,
serving webpages. I installed apache 2.0.50 with darwinports, and set
it to listen to port 8800 for svn. I pretty much followed the tutorial
from O'reilly:

http://www.macdevcenter.com/pub/a/mac/2004/08/10/subversion.html

Now, If I point my browser to http://mydomain.com:8800/svn/, it times
out, But if I point it to http://localhost:8800/svn/ it works fine.

I would like it to be able to work on http://mydomain.com:8800/svn as
well, otherwise having the webenabled view of the repository seems
kind of useless.

I've look in the subversion manual (the pdf-version) from the website,
and it says it's easy, just set it up to listen on a different port,
and the two apaches will happily work together. I think that's what I
did, but could there be any obvious points I am missing here? Maybe
some DNS kung fu or somesuch?

The only things I've modified in httpd.conf are the things pointed out
in the article from O'reilly, those being:

* Change the port it listens on.
* Add the <Location /svn> directive at the end of the file.

Anyone feels like swinging the cluebat at me? (:

Cheers, Jonas

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