post-review is usually run from the user's development box, not the
server. It will connect
to the server over http(s) and upload the review request.

-Raghu

On Oct 8, 10:47 pm, Alfred von Campe <alf...@von-campe.com> wrote:
> I'm still in the process of setting up out ReviewBoard server  
> (struggling with LDAP/AD integration at the moment), but I'm looking  
> slightly ahead. It appears that post-review is the recommended way to  
> create a review (we're using Subversion if that matters), and I can  
> see that post-review has been installed into /usr/bin/post-review.  
> However, the server I installed ReviewBoard on is not a server that  
> allows users to log in, and besides, the user's sandboxes are not on  
> that server anyway.  So how is a user supposed to run post-review on  
> his or her system?  I'm dealing with a few dozen developers on a few  
> dozen Linux systems; am I supposed to install ReviewBoard on each  
> user's desktop?
>
> Alfred
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