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Re: problems with svn+ssh under OS X

From: Glenn Sieb <ges_at_cibernet.com>
Date: 2005-01-14 17:00:05 CET

Ulrich Eckhardt said the following on 1/14/2005 5:50 AM:

>This is the problem. You need to setup the account 'cfkaran2' so that the
>svnserve executable is found in the path, because svn+ssh first opens an SSH
>connection and then runs svnserve on the remote machine. Also make sure you
>read and understood the parts of the book that deal with setting up this
>access-method.
>
>
What I did here was, install svn in /opt/svn-1.1.1 (and created a
symlink of /opt/svn that points to it), then I went into /usr/bin and
did ln -s /opt/svn/bin/*

This A) Puts the svn programs in the path of all reasonable users. B)
gives you a sensible directory structure in /opt that can be upgraded
without pain (next version goes into /opt/svn-1.1.2, recreate the
symlink of /opt/svn to point to it... /usr/bin links will "just work" at
that point.), and C) gives you a reasonable back-out plan if you need it
(just change the /opt/svn symlink back to /opt/svn-1.1.1 if need be).

Hope this helps,
Best,
G.

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