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Demanding Win32 server problem fixed! One final question ...

From: Mark McWiggins <mark_at_IcanFixYourEmail.com>
Date: 2006-05-29 20:46:23 CEST

Hi All,

Thanks for the help with my 'Demanding Win32 server' question of last
week. For some reason I couldn't get Apache 2.0.58 to run with SSL
(nor even port 443 without SSL!) on Win 2003 server. I didn't much
pursue debugging that issue since that wasn't my main goal.

I just worked through the instructions on setting up TortoiseSVN with
encryption keys at


and after I solved one permissions problem on the server it worked doing
a checkout with svn+ssh.

One final question: it would be very convenient NOT to have to do the
key generation
for users who do not do remote development. But can I run

    svnserve -d

ongoing with occasional simultaneous

    svnserve -t

processes running also? The repository is FSFS, not BDB, if that makes any


Mark McWiggins

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