Just hearing from someone who had managed it is reassuring - I'll follow your suggestion.
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Sent: 08 April 2005 18:52
To: Jim Whiteside
Subject: Re: Mac OS X Server
On 08.04.2005, at 18:30, Jim Whiteside wrote:
> Is anyone successfully running subversion repositories on OS X Server
> (10.3.8) using Apahce2?
We are using svn with fsfs on our XServer G5 here with Apache2 and
10.3.8 successfully for quite some time now. It seems to be very
stable. We didn't try BDB much, however.
> I've tried several different methods to install, current situation is
> that all is working fine, but svnadmin recover is reporting "Unknown
> FS type 'bdb'". This makes me very nervous about putting this into
> I've previously had Subversion running successfully on RedHat
> machines, but this is a nice G5 XServe with RAID and tape backup etc.
> Previously I've compiled from source, but haven't managed to get this
> to work on OSX.
We are using the fink packages to install the server (I am the
maintainer). For more info see:
You have to install the package libapache2-ssl-mod-svn to get an
apache2 svn server.
Hope this helps,
St James' Mill
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