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Re: Any how-to guides out there?

From: Mark Bohlman <mbohlman_at_tcicredit.com>
Date: 2005-05-27 14:46:27 CEST

Robin Bowes wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> This is my first post to the list so I'll keep it brief.
>
> Before I get stuck into the manual and FAQ, can anyone point me at a
> ste-by-step how-to guide for the following scenario:
>
> Apache 2
> Fedora Core 3
> Subversion 1.1.4
>
> Set up a repository that is (web) browseable anonymously with
> authentication required for check-ins/updates. Ideally, authentication
> would be against both my local /etc/passwd for local users (me!) and a
> separate source for remote svn users (so others can check-in without
> having logins to my machine.
>
> Thanks,
>
> R.

Robin,

I strongly urge you to read (and buy) the book. It is a good
investment, a nicely written book, and tells you everything you need to
know for setting up, along with insight into how it all fits together.

What you are attempting to do really demands this level of
understanding. A three-day weekend is sufficient to read, understand
and implement, and hey, here in the US you have that starting tomorrow
(hopefully).

Note that an updated version of the manual is going to be available very
shortly, so keep an eye out for that as well. There is an online
version if you really don't want to buy the book, but I plug it for the
authors as I feel they did a great job.

Another resource is William Nagel's just released book: Subversion
Version Control: Using the Subversion Version Control System in
Development Projects, although I have not yet read it, so I cannot speak
to its merits.

-- Mark

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