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subversion 1.2 hooks question

From: Jay Zorzi <jzorzi_at_marketlinksolutions.com>
Date: 2005-08-18 23:20:57 CEST

I have recently installed the latest release of subversion on my linux
I had a hook that automatically update the appropriate servers with the
appropriate update.
It's a post commit hook that just contains the svn update command in it.
It's owned by apache and the folder its updating is writable by apache.
I get this error message though
svn: Can't check path '/root/.subversion': Permission denied
why is it now trying to lookup a subversion folder for the user
accessing the repository.
Is there anyway around this?
I had the same script working for the previous version of svn.
Thanx in advance for the help
Received on Thu Aug 18 23:22:24 2005

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