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Starting svnserve under OS X Tiger

From: Chris Gehlker <canyonrat_at_mac.com>
Date: 2005-09-05 04:31:30 CEST

I downloaded and built Subversion 1.2.3 from source with no problems.
I tested it from the command line and from XCode and it was all good.
Then I went to turn on svnserve so my fellow students could work on
our project and I got in trouble. The book talks about inetd but when
I look at /etc/inetd.conf it is all commented out and tells me that
OS X now uses xinetd. I suppose I could figure that out though the
man pages are pretty obscure. The thing is, I noticed that there was
a directory called xinetd.d-migrated to launchd next to that folder
and that got me looking into launchd. I could figure that out by
example, I think, but there is no launchd.conf in /etc (where the man
pages say it's supposed to be). I have turned on Apache and FTP with
the GUI and it didn't make any difference with the *d.conf files.

I would appreciate any guidance from here. If I'm going to have an
easier time giving up on svnserve and building the DAV stuff for
Apache, jsut let me know.


Egotism is the anesthetic that dulls the pain of stupidity.
-Frank William Leahy, football coach (1908-1973)
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