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Building Apache for SVN & mod_dav_svn

From: Reza Mostafid <emaile_reza_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-08-26 18:14:12 CEST

Hi everyone,
  I am trying to build Apache configured for use as an SVN server
on a LINUX machine ( FEDORA Core 5 / Intel P4 ).
  I have tried my hand sucessfully at building open-source SW on
Linux before. However I am new to Subversion. I would apreciate
pointers to the following questions:
1.) Is a properly built and configured Apache server all I need
to have running, to act as a server for SVN? Or is there something
else required to be running alongside Apache?
  2.) Apart from 'mod_dav' & 'mod_dav_svn', what else do I need in
order to configure 'Apache' as a server for SVN clients?
  3.) Can I add the additional Apache modules needed for SVN support
statically when compiling the Apache server or do I >HAVE< to
include them dynamicaly with DSO support?
  4.) It is not obvious to me, but >WHERE< do I find the 'mod_dav_svn'
module ( I have tried searching the obvious places such as the ASF's
module site, but I don't seem to see the forest for the trees ).
Does the 'mod_dav_svn' come as *.c file somewhere? What does it look
like and where do I find it?
  5.) Could someone outline the steps for statically including the
required modules in Apache ( In case it's not quite obvious or
straightforward ) or alternatively kindly provide links to a site
where a brief outline is shared by someone who has done this before?
  Reza Mosatfid

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