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Re: Snow Leopard 10.6.7 showing wrong version on http://myserver/svn page

From: davmar <david_at_icovfx.com>
Date: Sat, 25 Jun 2011 14:17:54 -0700 (PDT)

I used the .dmg installer on both the client Macs and the server Mac.
The .dmg is advertised to come with "everything" needed for both.

Yea, the Mac OSX Server GUI is why I decided to go with putting the
repository on the server.

As you asked, I would like to upgrade the server to 1.6.17. I've seen
literature on-line about manual configurations.
Is configuring the server the same as configuring the client version as you
laid out below?
Also there were other modules that needed to be flipped on through the GUI,
as per directions found on the internet.
Would I need to worry about those?

Much appreciated,
Dav

Ryan Schmidt-80 wrote:
>
>
> On Jun 25, 2011, at 15:43, davmar wrote:
>
>> What would you do in this case?
>> Would I have to uninstall the native apache2 on the mac server and
>> re-install using MacPorts.
>> It sounds like it could be messy.
>
> What do you want to do?
>
> First of all I was not clear whether you were running Mac OS X (client
> version) or Mac OS X Server.
>
> If you're running Mac OS X (client version) and are using Apple's Apache,
> then there's almost no reason not to switch to MacPorts apache2. Simply
> turn off Apple's Apache in System Preferences > Sharing > Web Sharing,
> install the MacPorts subversion port with the +mod_dav_svn variant (which
> will also install MacPorts apache2), configure apache2 by editing
> /opt/local/apache2/conf/httpd.conf (possibly copying over any changes you
> had already made to Apple's Apache configuration file at
> /etc/apache2/httpd.conf), then start it with "sudo port load apache2". You
> do not need to (and should not) uninstall Apple's Apache (or any other
> software Apple provided with Mac OS X); MacPorts lives its own separate
> existence in /opt/local. For additional help using MacPorts, write to the
> macports-users mailing list.
>
> If you're running Mac OS X Server and are using Apple's Apache, then you
> have a harder decision, because Apple provides a lovely GUI for
> configuring Apache, which you would no longer be able to use if you
> switched to MacPorts apache2.
>
>
>
>

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