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server/repository platform choice

From: Andrea O. Salas <aos_at_cfdlab.larc.nasa.gov>
Date: 2005-07-05 18:57:05 CEST

Hello,

I sent out an email about a week ago regarding subversion binaries for
the SGI.
I want to set up a server on an SGI using apache, but the modules were
not included
 in the binaries that I downloaded. (See email below.) I have not yet
received any replies.
I take this as a sign that not many folks are using the software on an SGI.

Most of the codes that I want to configuration manage will be run on an
SGI, which is the
reason why I wanted to put the repository and server on an SGI; the SGI
client seems to
be working ok on the SGI using the file access method. However, it looks
like I may need
to change my original plan and use a Linux or Windows machine instead
for the repository and server
in order to use the apache server method. (I don't really want to build
the code on the SGI.)
I am hoping to get some feedback on the pros and cons (if any) of
choosing one of these platforms
over the other.

Thanks in advance,
Andrea

Andrea O. Salas wrote:

>
> I have installed subversion on an SGI. I would like to use Apache as
> the server.
> However, I cannot find the mod_dav_svn.so and mod_authz_svn.so files
> in the
> subversion binary tar file (version 1.1.2) that I downloaded from
> nekochan.net.
>
> Does anyone know of another location holding sgi binaries for
> subversion that
> includes the files needed for using the apache server?
>
> Thanks,
> Andrea Salas
>
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