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    How to install and configure SVN and Access it on web browser using apache on RHEL 5.0

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    Me too looking for this.. if any one have step by step procedure to setup this plz share your links here..
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    Ensure you have the rpmforge repo installed, I grab my subversion updates from here.

    Code:
    yum install subversion
    This is enough to run the server


    Create a directory for your subversion repository, ideally on a seperate parition with plenty of space to avoid having to scrub it in a hurry and discard material.

    I have mine on /var/www/svn and have a symlink to /svn for ease of writing the urls for svnserve use.

    You shoud also create user account designated as the owner of the subversion repository.

    Code:
    /usr/sbin/useradd -c 'Subversion User' -r svn
    Code:
    mkdir /var/www/svn; ln -s /var/www/svn /svn
    chown -R svn:svn /var/www/svn
    sudo to become that user, and make sure that /var/www/svn is writable.

    Then try creating and testing a Subversion repo:

    Code:
    svnadmin create /svn/test
    svn mkdir -m "initial setup" /svn/test/trunk
    svn list file:///svn/test/
    To view your SVN repo on apache, you can use ViewVC: ViewVC: Repository Browsing

    You can grab the rpm form rpmforge.

    Code:
     yum install viewvc
    The only thing you need to change in configuration is the root_parents variable.

    Code:
     root_parents = /var/www/svn : svn,
    To view your repo just browse to the viewvc directory on your subversion server: http://subversionsrv/viewvc


    Here is some more info on configuring the subversion server: http://www.xsteve.at/prg/vc_svn/svn.txt

    Hope this helps


    Ananth
    Last edited by ananth_ak; 1st December 2010 at 08:39 PM.

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