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Subversion Via Apache Question

From: Eden Crane <ecrane_at_pacwest.com>
Date: 2005-04-02 04:46:14 CEST

I am having some trouble getting Subversion to work over Apache. Can anyone help me?

I am running CentOS, and used it's bundled Apache 2 & Subversion packages.

1. I created a SVN Repository /var/www/html/mysvn
2. I edited the svnserve.conf file (probably unnecessary)
anon-access = write
auth-access = write
3. Did a chown -R apache.apache /var/www/html/mysvn
4. I confirmed my apache conf files have the modules dav_module,dav_fs_module,dav_svn_module,authz_svn_module
5. I edited my apache conf and added these lines in:

<Location /repos>
        Dav svn
        SVNParentPath /var/www/html/mysvn

So unless I missed something I should be able to browse to http://<myserver>/repos and I'll have Subversion access. I can drop a html or text file in the /var/www/html directory and browse to it just fine. If I try to browse to the /repos, I get a 403 Access Denied page. Any suggestions? I read all the docs I could find but I am not an Apache expert. I am not sure if this Apache, DAV, or Subversion that is misconfigured.

Any assistance you can offer is greatly appreciated.

Thank you!

Eden Crane

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