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Re: mount repository on access

From: Philipp Engel <philipp.engel_at_filzip.com>
Date: 2007-07-12 01:24:46 CEST

Hey Ryan,

Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b <at> ryandesign.com> writes:
> On Jul 11, 2007, at 16:09, Philipp Engel wrote:
> > There is pam-mount, which allows to mount a device when logging into
> > a unix machine. That would be an option, but I would first have to log
> > in e.g. via ssh and then access the repository. But I would like to do
> > this at once. Does anyone have an idea?
> Then perhaps you will want to serve your repository using the svn+ssh
> protocol, because that's exactly what happens: when you access the
> repository, an ssh connection is opened, you log into it, the server
> starts the svnserve process, serves your request, and the process
> closes again.

thank you very much for pointing this out to me! I think that does the
trick. I will give it a try.


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