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(Often TELNET, POP which require stability are using super server) # However the server such as HTTPD (Apache) which has frequent access BETTER NOT use super server. Can I put that url a browser address bar or File Explorer? Hi, I've followed all of the instructions here, but I get a "Malformed network data" error when I try to create a new repository location from eclipse. I'm using svn://localhost for my repository location.
Step1: Install xinetd(Super server program) and set it up. Thanx again for your feedback Regarding the user root, I suppose creating another user for it is more secure.
it is better to use javasvn than the javahl: it can be configured in Windows|Preferences (and then choose settings for subclipse) Just a couple of notes while following this: - I had to run svnadmin with sudo - the path for the xinetd svnserve conf file was "/etc/xinetd.d" (on my box anyway) - the second "server" is supposed to be "server_args" I think on a personal opinion note, I question whether the user should be 'root'. I created a user 'svn' and chown'ed the svn directory to svn and used user = svn in the svnserve conf file. Thanks for the HOW TO though, it started me on the right track. I edited /etc/xinetd.d/svnserve to be the following service svnserve and edited /etc/services to the following: svnserve 3690/tcp # Subversion protocol I've restarted /etc/init.d/xinetd restart, is say it stop and started again after the command.
I created a user 'svn' and chown'ed the svn directory to svn and used user = svn in the svnserve conf file. If you are using subversion and eclipse (and subclipse), and would like to access a local repository using the file:// protocol then you need to install libsvn-javahl.
# With "-r" option like "svnserve -d -r /var/local/repos", your path to the repos is hidden. Can I put that url a browser address bar or File Explorer? A2) If you want to access to svn server, you need svn client (CUI or GUI).
If you want to access to "/var/local/repos/xproject/trank" , from the client the address to access is "svn://your.svnserve.address/xproject/trank" However you most likely want to run automatically at OS start up. Super server is a program which start the service triggered by the client request. You cannot use the service if you access to it by your browser (firefox? If you want to access CUI, Hi, I've followed all of the instructions here, but I get a "Malformed network data" error when I try to create a new repository location from eclipse. I'm using svn://localhost for my repository location.Then start eclipse with "eclipse -vmargs -Djava.library.path=/usr/lib/jni/". I follow all the steps above and I think I am doing everything correctly. In the Eclipse menu Windows - Hi all, I am totally new with this. I did also created a svn account (with no home directory). sudo mkdir -p /var/local/svn/projects sudo svnadmin create /var/local/svn/projects sudo chown -R svn:svn /var/local/svn/projects In Step 3: I did exactly the same, except I gave it a different Realm Repository. This setting may be overridden on a per-user basis by # altering the JAVA_HOME setting in ~/.eclipse/eclipserc./usr/lib/j2sdk1.5-sun/ #/usr/lib/jvm/java-gcj #/usr/lib/kaffe/pthreads #/usr/lib/sablevm #/usr/lib/fjsdk #/usr/lib/j2se/1.5 #/usr/lib/j2se/1.4 #/usr/lib/j2sdk1.5-ibm #/usr/lib/j2sdk1.4-ibm #/usr/lib/j2sdk1.5-sun #/usr/lib/j2sdk1.4-sunsearch for new features Then press "new remote site" and add " Then follow the instraction to install the plugin.* Native support for binary files, with space-efficient binary-diff storage. Entire directory trees can be moved around and/or copied very quickly, and retain full revision history. * Full MIME support - the MIME Type of each file can be viewed or changed, with the software knowing which MIME types can have their differences from previous versions shown.