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Old 03-30-2009, 03:53 AM   #1
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Configuring Apache in Linux for SVN.

Hi all,

Please give me suggestion.

I'm moving my SVN repository from windows to Linux. Setting up the SVN in Linux get completed as a "root".Also i took the dump from windows and import the content to Linux. while setting up the SVN in Linux,i didn't install Apache and configure, Import and checkout to SVN are done using Tortoise SVN client from windows(I'm alone verified). Now,users want to done through their web-browsers. Pl help me out, how to configure Apache and its setting to use the SVN from web-browser.

Thanks in Advance.
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