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Re: subversion tunnels and userv

From: Krishna Mohan Gundu <gkmohan_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-05-17 11:11:25 CEST

> I tried it out with sudo now and it works like a charme. All I had to
> do was write a little wrapper-script with the following content:
> sudo -u user /usr/local/bin/svnserve -t
> This works great, but there is still one problem. I have to place the

Can you please detail? I could not get this to work. I set up sudoers
and everything. But I cant get svn to run sudo.


john localhost@localdomain = (joe) NOPASSWD:/usr/bin/svnserve

then i tried
sudossh = ssh sudo -u joe

svn checkout svn+sudossh://localhost.localdomain/home/joe/repos/testmodule

gives the follow error:
ssh: illegal option -- u

I dont know if this is a bug. Why the ssh command is being parsed?
Instead of just running sudo -u joe svnserve -t?

export PATH = ./:$PATH

echo "hello"
sudo -u joe /usr/bin/svnserve -t

then ran
svn checkout svn+ssh://localhost.localdomain/home/joe/repos/testmodule

got the error
svn: No repository found in

How did you do it? I dont seem to understand what svn is doing when I
run "svn+..."


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