I vote for for Ubuntu or Debian. My reason, apt-get.
apt-get install subversion
(thats all folks!)
Since I played with debian about 4 years ago, I have not looked back yet.
I like Ubuntu because its based on Debian :) and I feel its more friendly to
maintain for a user who is not used to command line that much.
However, other distributions also have similar tools like yum and may be
something else. I just happen to have really ( I mean really) good
experience with apt-get.
In linux, client of choice is eSVN , and on windows I prefer TortoiseSVN.
On 9/11/06, email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Collectively thanks to everyone for the feedback. To
> add some perspective, this is a consulting shop and
> not the "day job" for any of us although we all do
> work in different locations. The box we were going to
> dedicate came to me for free (cannot beat the price)
> and getting a Windows license for it would far exceed
> the fair market value of the hardware. And to be
> perfectly honest several of us have wanted to set up a
> LInux box because it would be cool.
> Again the threads have bene helpful. My friend (our
> CEO) is also getting help from a friend of his who is
> a Linux expert but I wanted a starting point.
> Many thanks,
> --- Les Mikesell <email@example.com> wrote:
> > On Mon, 2006-09-11 at 08:04 -0700, Jeff Marder
> > wrote:
> > > Frank does make an excellent point here. As much
> > as I despise Windows
> > > there is really nothing wrong with running
> > Subversion on it. I don't
> > > know that it would be such a great idea on a P2
> > 300 with 128 MB RAM,
> > > but if you can get a better machine it's certainly
> > worth considering.
> > If you do have a better machine with some spare
> > capacity available,
> > running the free VMWare server and this downloadable
> > appliance
> > http://www.vmware.com/vmtn/appliances/directory/519
> > might be
> > an easy approach instead of dedicating a box. Is
> > anyone using
> > this or a similar vmware setup in production?
> > --
> > Les Mikesell
> > firstname.lastname@example.org
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