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Re: WG: Question about SSH

From: GŁnter Dannoritzer <dannoritzer_at_web.de>
Date: 2005-03-30 17:14:44 CEST

Andreas Schoe wrote:

> Is there a chance to run only svn+ssh:// for example?

Yes, the part I like about it is that you don't even have to configure
the svnserve to run as a server.

In the repository you specify the access in the file
        <your repository>/config/svnserve.conf

with the two variables


By default the anonymous access is set to read and the authenticated
access to write.

Set them to:

anon-access = none
auth-access = write

and allow only authenticated access.

That should do it. If you have svnserve installed on the computer with
the repository and you do a svn ... svn+ssh:/... you get a ssh
connection to that computer which starts svnserve and does the access to
your repository.

I just started recently with using subversion and first configured the
svnserve to run as server. See the email about the problem I ran into in
the archive:


Some of the replys will give you some more information about svn+ssh,
which I think, was not covered so good in the book.


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