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Re: Root required for Install?

From: Mike Mason <mgm_at_thoughtworks.net>
Date: 2004-11-18 23:11:06 CET

Owen Densmore wrote:

> I couldn't find the answer to this in the various faqs and archives so
> I'll ask here:
> Is it possible to install Subversion on my remote server (I use the
> HostGo web hosting service) WITHOUT having to be root? I've tried
> this with CVS in the past and failed. But my HostGo server has a
> solid Apache installation and has opened up the user level directives
> (.htaccess) considerably.

That depends (sorry!). If you want to run svnserve or svn+ssh you'll
need an account on the machine to which you have ssh access. This may or
may not be the case with your hosting provider. If you want to integrate
with Apache, you'll need to be able to load apache modules and configure
Locations - this might very well not be doable with your provider.

Your best bet is probably to ask them directly whether they can support
Subversion. If not, there are a number of places providing Subversion
hosting starting very cheap (free). There are some links about halfway
down this page: http://subversion.tigris.org/project_links.html


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