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svn+ssh login

From: Adrian Hoe <mailbox_at_adrianhoe.com>
Date: 2005-06-08 03:42:30 CEST


I have configured my server to run subversion via xinet. But, it looks
like the only way for a remote client to access svn is via, e.g.:

    svn co svn+ssh://ip_address_or_host_name/path

And this requires to create a login account on the server.

The problem is that we are having university students (interns) accessing
our svn server and they come and go. We also don't wish them to be able to
ssh or sftp into our server.

I tried:

    svn co svn://ip_address_or_host_name/path

and it didn't work. I check the svnserve.conf under the project/conf
directory. This works when I run svnserve as daemon.

This is my xinet setup:
service svnserver
         disable = no
         socket_type = stream
         protocol = tcp
         wait = no
         user = root
         server = /usr/bin/svnserve
         server_args = -i -r /svn

How can I do both svn and svn+ssh?


"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication." - Leonardo DaVinci.
"Complexity is simplicity that has failed." - Adrian Hoe, June 23 2004.
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