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Re: Update files on server from local machine

From: Stefan Schwarzer <stefan.schwarzer_at_grid.unep.ch>
Date: 2006-01-30 13:52:53 CET

>> svn checkout svn+ssh://username@host.example.com/www/test
> You first SSH to the web server, and run this command on the web
> server's shell, yes? And "host.example.com" is the machine where
> your repository is located—your local development machine? And
> firewall settings on your local network are such that the web
> server will be able to talk to your machine that way?
> (Specifically, the SSH port, port 22, is open?)

Oups, I actually tried to do this checkout from my local machine
(where the repository resides) to the web server. As subversion isn't
installed on the web server I had hoped that it would work like this.
But it seems by reading your response that we need to install
subversion on the web server too.

Thanks a lot for your quick replies!!
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Received on Mon Jan 30 13:55:00 2006

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