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Re: Installation : DMG 1.4.4 :For MAC

From: Ashwin Basagouda Patil <ashwin.patil_at_robosoftin.com>
Date: 2007-09-11 21:34:04 CEST

Dear Ryan Schmidt

Thanks ,,,,
I started my journey towards subversion server with your referred documents...
It really helping me lot....

I almost done with that..i will back to once i finish 100% please be with me........for the success.


-----Original Message-----
From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b@ryandesign.com>
To: Ashwin Basagouda Patil <ashwin.patil@robosoftin.com>
Cc: users@subversion.tigris.org
Date: Mon, 10 Sep 2007 15:21:06 -0500
Subject: Re: Installation : DMG 1.4.4 :For MAC

> On Sep 10, 2007, at 11:05, Ashwin Basagouda Patil wrote:
> > Dear all I have down loaded a new release 1.4.4 stand alone
> > subversion DMG package and installed
> > on My MAC server. By default it installed in the path /usr/local/
> > bin. The installation was really very
> > easy as it is DMG file but I suspecting that whether I should
> > install Apache package again separately
> > or it is all ready installed when I installed this DMG of subversion ?
> If you want to serve this repository using Apache 2, you will need to
> place the Apache modules installed by the disk image installer into
> whatever directory your Apache 2 server looks in for modules. Consult
> your Apache configuration to discover what directory that is. For
> example, my Apache 2, installed using MacPorts, has "ServerRoot" set
> to "/opt/local/apache2" so it expects modules in /opt/local/apache2/
> modules. Your Apache is probably configured differently.
> I assume you downloaded the Subversion disk image from here?
> http://downloads.open.collab.net/binaries.html
> Then the modules are provided in /usr/local/lib/svn-apache and you
> need to move or copy them to wherever your Apache 2 server expects them.
> I discovered this by opening the installer package and selecting Show
> Files from the File menu.
> > Also please let me know the steps I suppose to follow , once it is
> > installed to configure the
> > subversion server completely.
> Read the "Server Configuration" section of the book. It explains how
> to set up a server using which ever server method you prefer (for
> example Apache).
> http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.4/svn.serverconfig.html
> > I really wants run this server as standalone server .Also please
> > tell me is there any method to admin
> > the server in GUI once the server is installed and configured.
> There is no GUI admin interface provided by the Subversion team.
> There may be 3rd-party options. You could check the Links page:
> http://subversion.tigris.org/links.html
> However the one tool I was thinking of, SVNManager, does not appear
> to be listed there:
> http://svnmanager.sourceforge.net/
> It is a web-based Subversion administration interface.
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