On Mon, May 19, 2008 at 06:05:38AM -0500, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> Hello all,
> I'm seeking to set up an SVN repository on my home machine. I've come
> across the following two guides:
I guess you've looked at the svn book (which is what I used):
but I don't use Apache, I use the built in server for checking out
stuff over my LAN. You could use this and use tcp wrappers to restrict
checkout/checkin to your home IP.
The line I've got in inetd.conf:
svn stream tcp nowait frank /usr/local/bin/svnserve svnserve -i
and in hosts.allow:
svnserve: 192.168.0.0/255.255.255.0 : allow
> The second one is certainly overkill for what I need (I just want to use
> it to manage my personal projects, since I work remotely a lot). I'd
> definitely like a password protected web interface though. My issue is
> the following. In both guides (and in all the other ones I've come
> across) Apache is compiled with options that I did not select when I
> installed Apache a while ago. I'd rather not have to redo everything I've
> set up with my web server. Is there any way I get include those modules
> (namely WITH_BERKELEYDB) without having to recompile? Also, any advice
> relating to setting up Subversion on FreeBSD in general.
I think the easiest method to add modules to Apache is rebuild but
make sure you run: make config in the ports dir before building.
If your source code is precious to you, then you can use svn over SSL,
I don't think there is much to know about building/running svn on
FreeBSD that is particular to FreeBSD - svn is just a load of perl
> Appreciate the help,
HTH a bit.
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