If you use Gnome, you can use these Nautilus scripts for a
Tortoise-like experience:

http://marius.scurtescu.com/2005/08/24/nautilus_scripts_for_subversion

If not, you have RapidSVN:

http://rapidsvn.tigris.org/

On 3/14/08, Andrew Sinning <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I'm not a command line guy either, but I backup my files to a ubuntu
>  box, and I also develop my php directly on that box.  I'd love to run
>  SVN but without the command line.
>
>  Is there a good GUI SVN for linux?
>
>  Thanks.
>
>  Claus Wahlers wrote:
>  > Dunno if that has been mentioned, but if you are NOT a command line
>  > guy, like me, and want a kick ass non-CLI SVN client, by far the best
>  > option is TortoiseSVN, which afaik is only available for Windows and
>  > beats the crap out of everything else i've seen.
>  >
>  > This one tiny software is the main reason i stick to Windows (XP) for
>  > now. I have three machines here (XP, OSX and Ubuntu), and the XP
>  > machine is my main dev machine, because i don't wanna miss TortoiseSVN.
>  >
>  > Otherwise, i'm very, VERY unreligious about operating systems, because
>  > i frankly think they all suck in one way or another.
>  >
>  > Cheers,
>  > Claus.
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