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Re: svnserve + ssh on Mac OS X

From: Aaron Wood <woody77_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-08-24 01:16:40 CEST

On 8/23/05, Bradley Wagner <bradley.wagner@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm by no means a unix guru but am competent enough to edit system files if
> I need to. I couldn't get a definitive answer on where to invoke the command
> to start svnserve on system start. Some places said /etc/inted.conf, while
> others said /etc/xinetd.conf. And if you did add a line there, did you also
> need to add stuff to /etc/services/. I didn't find the book extremely
> helpful in explaining this. Has anyone written a StartupItem to accomplish
> this task?

I think the book punted on it because system service startup control
varies so wildly from platform to platform, even the various flavors
of 'nix have many different init script systems. I think that
"setting up a daemon to run at boot" is one of those sysadmin bits of
knowledge that's sorta assumed. Doesn't much help those of us
developerst that are also doing our our sysadmining, but it is what it


(sorry, I have no idea how to make it work on OSX, even though I'm
working on a powerbook right now)

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