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Re: OS X Svr command line install?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-09-11 19:08:47 CEST

On Sep 11, 2006, at 17:09, Justin wrote:

> I recently completed my first SVN install on an OS X Server - had
> to make it really secured, so I was wrestling with it and Apache2
> for a while. Got it running in the end! =)
> Although, now I've been tasked with getting it installed on another
> OS X Server. The catch is, I'll have no GUI access to this server.
> I used a mix of GUI and command line for the previous server I
> setup...
> So before I jump headlong into this, can anyone recommend a guide,
> or their own tips/walkthrough, to installing SVN server on OS X via
> the command line? I'm most concerned about interrupting the
> services we've got live on the server. If it was a new, blank
> server I wouldn't have to ask - I could just play to my heart's
> content!

It should not be a problem to compile all the dependencies by hand
over an ssh session to the server.

If you don't want to be bothered, it's also very easy to install it
with MacPorts or Fink which are both also command-line solutions.

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Received on Mon Sep 11 20:01:02 2006

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