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Setting up a remote Subversion repository (slightly off-topic)

From: Graham Reeds <grahamr_at_ntlworld.com>
Date: 2006-05-13 23:05:38 CEST

I have set a repository on my home network (Windows + LAN), but since I
spend a lot of time around my girlfriends I thought a remotely hosted
one would serve me better. So I found a company that would give me Java
1.5, Subversion, a large amount of bandwidth and hosting space.

However here I am stuck.

Using Telnet I can get the standard response of "( success ( 1 2 (
ANONYMOUS ) ( edit-pipeline ) ) )".

I can create directories without any problem, and I have a good idea of
what I want to achieve, but without the machine in front of me and the
ability to make a large amount of mistakes I am pretty much lost.

What I want to achieve is this:
- Have a subversion repository and configure it so that only I can
access it.
- Deny browsing access to outside the world (secure it against idle

Thanks, Graham Reeds.

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