Subversion and WebSVN

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by SiMiE, Nov 27, 2008.

  1. SiMiE

    SiMiE New Member

    Hey All,

    Don't know if this is the best area to post this, but anyway... Please be aware newbie with SVN... :confused:

    I have tried to install Subversion on my Fedora 9 box by "yum install subversion", which appears to be working as i have been able to create repos into a directory e.g. "/svn".

    The problem is i am trying to install a web client onto it called "WebSVN" and in the configuration it asks for a setting to point to the SVN command path.

    i.e. "$config->setSVNCommandPath('Path here');"

    I've tried looking for it and i can't seem to find it - thought maybe it was "/usr/bin" but didn't work. Anyone got any ideas?

    Also if anybody knows how do I also configure it so that i can access the repo through a "http" to use with the Tortoise SVN GUI Client? E.g. ""

    N.B Would be great if someone produce a HowTo on this topic :p

    SiMiE ;)
  2. SiMiE

    SiMiE New Member

  3. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    What's the output of
    which svn
  4. SiMiE

    SiMiE New Member

  5. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Are you using PHP Safe Mode? If so, switch it off.

    Also, is SELinux disabled?
  6. SiMiE

    SiMiE New Member

    Thanks Falko!!! :D

    I feel really stupid :eek:, because i saw information about "safe mode" and i thought i had already disabled it previously for other scripts.

    Disabled "safe mode" now and all is working...

    Thanks again

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