If memory serves me right, dave wrote:
> Is anyone running a subversion server on Freebsd either 4.x or
I have two servers running subversion 1.0.6 (installed from ports) on
FreeBSD 4.10-STABLE. They're accessed by FreeBSD 4.X, FreeBSD 5.X,
and RedHat 9 clients using svn+ssh.
> trying to get one going to replace an existing cvs server primarily for
> reasons of binary files and moving/copying files and directories. I've read
> several howtos and tutorials on this subject, getting the server going not
> fbsd i mean well one on that, but i am having difficulties getting what i'm
> reading in to a working server.
Have you RTFM-ed? It's actually quite good.
> I've got apache 2.0.50 installed, db42, and
> subversion 1.0.6 via FreeBSD ports.
That's a good start. According to my records, I built www/apache2
WITH_BERKELEYDB=db42 and devel/subversion WITH_MOD_DAV_SVN=yes and
WITH_SVNSERVE_WRAPPER=yes. Although access to both repository servers
is via svn+ssh, I wanted the option for http access later, perhaps to
support some sort of anonymous access.
> I'm not sure if i want to go httpd or
> svnserve right now whichever i get going first has it, as i am having a time
> crunch not to mention user's. Currently i've got ten user's each one i want
> to make a separate repository for and let them manage there own stuff with
> little interaction from me save configuration and server upkeep. So i've got
> a user dmehler and he's got his own repository to which he can add/remove
> numerous projects. Another user has a repository but they're independent of
> each other. Authenticated user's only should have read/write access while
> anonymous user's only readonly access.
Although my setups are much simpler than yours, I don't see anything
in here that should pose any particular problem for a FreeBSD
subversion server. Do you have any specific problems or questions?
Received on Mon Sep 20 07:10:48 2004
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