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Re: Howto setup

From: Chris Beck <cbeck_at_gene.concordia.ca>
Date: 2004-09-17 17:38:49 CEST

Make the group owner the same as apache's group (often nobody or nogroup, check
your httpd.conf)
Then make the repository rwX by the group.

It is whispered that Neal D. Becker was heard, on or about 09/17/04 11:24 to say:
> 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'.
> What do others do?

Chris Beck / Y.A.B.A. / Fungal Genomics / Concordia University / tel. ext. 5791
Chaos.  Panic.  Confusion.  My work here is done.
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