SVN (Subversion) Access Control with Apache and mod_authz_svn - Comment Page: 4

I just wrote guide, howto install SVN (Subversion) Server on Fedora, CentOS and Red Hat (RHEL). No I decided to write more information about SVN Access Control. This guide works if you have installed Apache, Subversion (SVN) and mod_dav_svn on any Linux system, like Ubuntu, Debian, Arch, Gentoo, not only Fedora, CentOS or Red Hat (RHEL). [inttf_post_ad1] Setup SVN (Subversion) Access Control with Apache and mod_authz_svn 1. Change root user su - ## OR ## sudo -i 2. Add SVN (Subversion) users Use following command: ## Create testuser ## htpasswd -c -m /etc/svn-auth-users testuser New password: Re-type new password: Adding password for user...

98 comments on “SVN (Subversion) Access Control with Apache and mod_authz_svn - Comment Page: 4

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    1. what is root password?

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    2. I love SVN simplest method to do what all versioners do. This article show that. Thank you!

      But, is there way to create each group config in reparated file? Because if I have 3 people adding/configuring groups, I can get problem

      Some method like apache mods/sites config would be great

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