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Re: Subversion for worldwide use with windows and Unix based clients

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-09-13 00:00:55 CEST

"Friedman, Brad" <Brad.Friedman@disa.mil> writes:
> I have a Win 2003 Server running Apache 2.0.54 and SVN 1.2.1. I have no
> experience with setting up an Subversion server. I believe I have the
> repository installed correctly. How would I go about setting up a secure
> server that would allow logins from unix and win clients. Would I have to
> use SSL SSPI?. Is there a better soulution then using SVN in regards to an
> internet available SCM. It seems that these open source systems are not
> robust in the area of wide area use. I dont have the server set up as a
> domain controller. If at all possible I would appreciate the opportunity to
> contact someone via phone so that I could solve this problem. I am not a
> programmer so you all know alot more about these issues then I. Thanks.

Via http://www.collab.net/subversion/ you can reach some consultants.
(There may be other sources of consulting out there, this is just the
one that I know of.)

Good luck,

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