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[Discuss] Setup An SVN Repository server

On 01/27/2014 11:18 AM, John Malloy wrote:
> Does anyone have suggestions on the best way to Setup An SVN Repository
>  server?
> Are there templates out there?
> Is this a fairly simple build?
> What distro & tools are best?
SVN is fairly easy to set up. Plenty of docs available.
I prefer using an enterprise distro such as Red Hat Enterprise Linux or
I think it took me 10 minutes to set up an SVN repository at work. The
main thing you really need to know is the level of security. Are people
going to do checkouts remotely or will they be working on the server.
Most distros have SVN in their repos, so install it from the repo:
For RHEL: 'sudo yum install subversion'
Also, the docs are in

You might want to get the O'Reilly book also.

Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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