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Re: Subversion on Debian

From: Ignacio García Fernández <ignacio.garcia_at_uv.es>
Date: 2005-11-04 16:19:23 CET

Hi!

I don't think there exist a 'debian approach'. It will depend on the
access method you use.

I'm using ssh with server users, and I have hand-edited ownership so
that everithing belongs to root:users (all users in 'users' have to
access my repo).

However, I think this question should be asked to the debian mantainer
of svn, rather than here.

Regards

Ignacio

El vie, 04-11-2005 a las 08:01 +0100, Bittner,Peter escribió:
> Hi there!
>
> I need some help with Subversion on a Debian box.
>
> The (current) Debian/testing installs the subversion repository using a
> subversion group, so all files in the BerkelyDB are owned by
> root:subversion.
>
> The problem I have, is that I get "permission denied" from, e.g.,
> ViewCVS which has an integrated subversion access.
>
> What do I have to do to get things right with permissions to make
> Subversion run on the Debian box as intended? The Subversion book talks
> about creating a dedicated user which should run (and have rights on)
> nothing but subversion. What is the Debian aproach to this?
>
> I need to understand this before I go my own way and do something
> wrong... :-(
>
> Best regards,
> Peter
>
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Received on Fri Nov 4 16:22:27 2005

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