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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.

TIA
-chris

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