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Re: installing subversion

From: Ivan Aleman <bonovoxmofo_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-01-18 19:23:57 CET

2007/1/18, Mariana Draper <murid21@yahoo.com>:
> Hi everyone,
> I want to have a subversion server running in a linux platform.
> as far as i understood, just typing "apt-get install subversion" subversion
> gets installed.

If you're running a linux box with debian or a distro-based, this is
likely true :)

> I will leave this server in a place connected to the internet, and i want to
> access from another PC running Windows through SSH protocol. In order to
> access the server, i have installed a client for windows (tortoiseSVN).
> My question is:
> Is it necessary to install in my server an "apache" or "svnserve" server?
> Do i have to install anything else?

Using ssh you need openssh-client and openssh-server on the linux box,
apache is only required if you're planning to access the repos through
http protocol.
I don't remember right now but I think that TotoiseSVN is ssh capable.

Iván Alemán -- bonovoxmofo.blogspot.com
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