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Beginner Topology Help Required

From: Jason McFarlane <jason72_at_internode.on.net>
Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2008 11:19:41 +1100

I'm needing some help on my topology.

I'm currently prototyping an open source project.

I have a small home office where there will be soon two developers working on the project part-time (evenings only).

It's a windows WPF app, so we plan to use the ankhsvn client. I'm new to subversion, but I have some experience with CVS.

Ultimately I would like to have a decidated server set up using Apache SSL so we can remotely work on the project.

This is probably a dumb question, but is my only choice to use the windows version of subversion and a windows server OS?

Given the budget is a bit tight right now, we only have one laptop for one user and we have a new desktop node (yet to be installed) for the other workstation. I was planning on using Windows XP for the desktop.

The desktop node is an AMD Athlon Dual-Core 6000 processor with 4GB RAM.

I was planning on installing subversion onto the desktop node and basically using it as a combined server/workstation for the short-term, until we have some funds to buy a dedicated server node.

What's the best method for doing this to ensure ease of transition to the server node in the future?

Are there any vmware solutions that would be applicable to my situation? I'm happy to purchase multiple HDD's for the desktop node.

Thanks for any help!
Received on 2008-10-22 20:02:51 CEST

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