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Re: Installing commands in /usr/local/bin

From: Nick Stolwijk <nick_stolwijk_at_planet.nl>
Date: 2007-04-03 23:47:54 CEST

To your first server, where you have already subversion installed. It
depends on what flavor of Linux it is, and which package you have
installed. i.e. for the Ubuntu packages I know the executables are
symlinked in /usr/bin. Debian packages also install (symlink)
executables in /usr/bin.

To your second server, yes, the package for client/server is the same.
It contains both svn (client command) and svnadmin/svnserve (server
commands).

Hth,

Nick Stolwijk

Anthony Smith wrote:
>
> I have two linux servers. One will serve as my repository and the
> other is a development server.
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> I have installed subversion on the linux server successfully.
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> Do I have to manually add the commands to /usr/local ? I noticed this
> was not done for me.
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> Lastly, I would like the development server to have a subversion
> client to checkout files. Do I just have to install the same
> subversion tar file on the development machine?
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