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Re: Installation problem on svn 1.2.3

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-09-20 20:59:36 CEST

phil campaigne <pcampaigne@charter.net> wrote on 09/20/2005 01:43:22 PM:

> I have read ch 6 that you referenced but find that it assumes a lot of
> specific knowledge. I have been using "svnserve", it was a typo in my
> previous post.
> I'll focus on getting the svn protocol right. Here's what I tried:
> [phil@hardwoodthunder subversion]$ svnserve -i

You want something more like this:

svnserve -d /usr/local/subversion/repos

(This assumes the above path points to a repository)

Then you would access like this:

svn ls svn://localhost/

svn co svn://localhost/trunk


If you want multiple repositories, you start svnserve like this:

svnserve -d -r /usr/local/subversion/repos

(This assumes the above path is a folder which contains many repositories)

Then you would access like this:

svn ls svn://localhost/repos_name/

svn co svn://localhost/repos_name/trunk


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