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Re: svn installation on redhat

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2010b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Wed, 23 Jun 2010 17:05:50 -0500

Hi Dany,

On Jun 23, 2010, at 16:42, Dany Gil Gomes wrote:

> We got a redhat server and want to install svn

No problem, you should be able to find a version of Subversion that's precompiled for RedHat. Check the downloads page.


And the Book should have installation and setup instructions of some kind that might be useful.


> on an existing directory

Not sure what you mean... Subversion is a program and will install in the usual places where programs install on your operating system.

If you mean you have an existing directory with data you've created, and you now want that data to be imported into Subversion, then that can be done. Read the first few chapters of the Book for basic Subversion usage information. If you further mean that you then want that existing directory to become a Subversion working copy, then the process you'll want to look into is the one called an "in-place import"; see the FAQ:


> over svn-ssh

Subversion can be configured to run that way; see the Book.


> and eclipse plugin.

I think they probably have a separate mailing list where you can ask for help if needed; this list is for the basic Subversion program and libraries.

> Can somebody give me an tutorial how to install it or give me some help.
Received on 2010-06-24 00:06:36 CEST

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