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Re: question re: apache permissions and svn

From: Boris Yazlovitsky <borisyaz_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-08-24 18:26:56 CEST

assuming that apache is loading and configured with mod_dav_svn...

what do the apache log files say?

On 8/24/07, david chinn <dchinn@nwlink.com> wrote:
>
> Hello:
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>
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> I've set up a new box with an installation of fedora 7, apache and
> subversion.
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> From a windows box, using Tortoise SVN, I can see the repositories I
> migrated there.
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> However, I can't seem to do write operations to the server… for instance,
> import into a new, test repository.
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> Error message from tortoise is:
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> "Error Can't create directory
> '/usr/local/svn/TestRepo/db/transactions/0-1.txn': Permission denied
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> Httpd runs as apache/apache (default), and I first tried just setting
> ownership of /usr/local/TestRepo to that.
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> When that didn't work, I tried chmod –R 777 to the TestRepo… that didn't
> work either.
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> I'm sure it's a really easy problem, but having been working mostly in
> Windows, I'm stymied.
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> Can anyone help?
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> Thanks
>
> Dmc_lat47
>

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Received on Fri Aug 24 18:24:35 2007

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