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Re: svn commit failed: permission denied

From: Matt Doran <matt.doran_at_papercut.biz>
Date: 2006-02-19 05:18:01 CET

I did the svnadmin create as root, and am using the default
configuration and was able to checkout the project via ssh with:
ssh+svn, but now when I go to commit my changes I get permission denied
> I'm assuming this is because I did the import as root, but what
> happens when other system users also commit, does everyone need
> read/write access to the repository?

It depends on your access method. If you're using HTTP using apache,
then your apache user will need access to those files. Reading this is
a good place to start:


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Received on Sun Feb 19 05:18:52 2006

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