On Fri, 2004-09-17 at 11:24, Neal D. Becker wrote:
> I've been searching for info, but I'm still confused.
> I'm trying to setup subversion (1.0.6) on Fedora2 Linux.
> I setup apache as instructed. To do this, the subversion repos must be owned
> by apache user, right, which is by default "apache".
> So, how do I import my sources to the repos? su apache -c 'svn import...'
> won't work, probably cause apache doesn't have a real shell.
> I would think it would be best if the actual database was owned by some other
> user/group such as 'svn'.
My repository is owned by svn:svn with umask of 007. I added apache to
the svn group. I added umask 007 to the top of apachectl. And I added
g+s to the db subdirectory of the svn repository.
For importing I import to an http:// url. Then apache is doing the
Received on Fri Sep 17 17:38:35 2004
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