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Advice need: making svn "secure"

From: Jan Erik Moström <lists_at_mostrom.pp.se>
Date: 2007-01-08 00:41:21 CET

I'm setting up a couple of repositories for my own personal use,
since I'm going to have some personal documents on those I would
like to keep them reasonable secure.

The repositories are going to live on a linux server in my home
and I'm going to access the repositories from a limited number
of computers ... all with static IP addresses.

Previously I've just used svnserve (for other stuff) since it's
was easy to set up. But now I don't know if it's a good
solution, so I would be very interested in some advice if I
should use:

     + svnserve
     + apache
     + svn+ssh

Note: that I'm probably the only one who is ever going to access
these repositories.


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