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Re: Read access control with svnserver? (or must I use apache?)

From: Oliver Pajonk <oliver.pajonk_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-11-28 20:25:41 CET

2005/11/28, x nooby <xnooby@yahoo.com>:
> So, to limit *read* access, I will have to use Apache
> 2.0?
> Doe the webserver really have to be Apache 2.0? I
> think I read it could not be Apache 1.3.
> We currently have Microsoft's IIS 6.0 webserver, I
> assume I cannot use Subversion on it.
> It sounds like I will have to install Apache 2.0 in
> order to get read access control.

Sadly I do not know if you can use Apache 1.x. Personally, I use mod_dav_svn
with Apache 2.0 on Linux, which is, of course, very easy to setup and
straightforward to use. I have never used svnserver though, so I cannot tell
anything about its possibilities.

Oliver Pajonk
Received on Mon Nov 28 21:16:06 2005

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