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Re: How to setting SVN + ssh server on Win32 ?

From: Robert Denton <robert_at_headsprout.com>
Date: 2006-09-14 00:31:44 CEST

I just got struggling with this. Getting Apache and OpenSSL to both
work together on a windows server is a hugh PITA. Extremely
frustrating if you try to follow the blogs and online guides, etc.
Most of them are just worthless. I ended up scraping most of what I
had done, and downloaded Hunter's Apache+SSL zip file, and used it.
It worked immediately and perfectly, once I changed the few relavant
lines in ssl.conf and httpd.conf. I don't have the link right now,
but just search for hunter and apache and you will find it.

Robert Denton
Network Administrator
Headsprout
800.401.5062 x1305
www.headsprout.com

On Sep 13, 2006, at 12:19 PM, Thomas Harold wrote:

> Duncan Murdoch wrote:
>> ping235 wrote:
>>> Can anyone give me an instruct regard of how to settings a SVN +
>>> ssh server on win32?
>>>
>> Have you set up an ssh server on the machine? If so, then all you
>> need
>> to do is make sure that when you ssh into it, svnserve is on the
>> path.
>> Subversion will do the rest.
>>
>> Setting up the ssh server can be a little tricky, but there are
>> various
>> instructions on the web; I did it using OpenSSH in Cygwin, but
>> there are
>> other possibilities.
>
> Such as the cwRSync project:
>
> http://www.itefix.no/cwrsync/
>
>
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