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    am working in a one small company
    i planned to take my systems as a server so i have installed the subversion set up in to my desktop
    am using the linux version is ubuntu 11.10
    machine roobooting also problem.

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    By default, ubuntu has the root login disabled. Everything shall be done via sudo.
    As your sudo is not working, you need to boot the machine into init level 1 or boot a linux livecd.
    After the root partition is mounted, you can then set the permission right with
    Code:
    chmod 4755 <MOUNTPOINT>/usr/bin/sudo
    However: You say, you cant reboot the machine. This leads to a dead end.
    Maybe find a maintenance window, where a reboot is possible.

    P.S.:
    - Reusing an existing desktop installation as a server is probably not the best idea, as it will have lots of unneeded packages.
    - Most probably, the desktop hardware is also not made for server duty. Redundant powersupply, raid, remote management, SLAs,..
    - 11.10 is already a bit old. 12.04 is the actual version.
    You must always face the curtain with a bow.

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    thank you for ur kind advice.
    actually am completed computer engineering in the last year only.
    and am working here from the last two months
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    actually what in the sense server doing with another systems using subversions.
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