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svn as webmaintanance tool

From: Praveen kumar Dayanithi <praveendaya_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-18 19:38:57 CET

Hi all,
      I was trying to use Subversion as webmaintance tool for a live website. Let me exaplain the setup i have.... I have a repository on a unix box and also have the live website folder in same box.
      Now i m just trying to run a cgi-script which actually has "svn update" command to update the working copy(live website folder).
The script looks like this,
#!/bin/bash# get today.s dateOUTPUT="$(date)"# You must add following two lines before# outputting data to the web browser from shell# scriptecho "Content-type: text/html"echo ""echo "<html><head><title>Demo</title></head><body>"echo "Today is $OUTPUT <br>"echo "Current directory is $(pwd) <br>"echo "Shell Script name is $0"
cd /home/classes/pdayan/eese/eese/TestWebsvn update
echo "</body></html>"
Here /home/classes/pdayan/eese/eese/TestWeb is the working copy or live website folder path. I made this script executable also.
When i run the script manually at the $ prompt it runs fine but if run cgi-script from browser it says the following error.
ld.so.1: svn: fatal: libssl.so.0.9.7: open failed: No such file or directory
can you help me please?
Thanks in advance,Praveen Dayanithi
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Received on Tue Mar 20 06:24:21 2007

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