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I wrote a HOWTO on configuring and using Subversion. I think it's quite straightforward. It includes: - authentication over SSL (with Apache2), - permission management, - multiple repositories handling, - ...
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    Subversion HOWTO for beginners


    I wrote a HOWTO on configuring and using Subversion. I think it's quite straightforward. It includes:
    - authentication over SSL (with Apache2),
    - permission management,
    - multiple repositories handling,
    - as well as hints for every-day work in command line and GUI.

    A definite must-read for everyone who thinks SVN is too complex to set up at home :P

    Here is a link to the HOWTO: http://polishlinux.org/apps/subversion-howto/

    I hope it's useful.

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    how to get to command line

    what a load of junk it still do not state how to get to the cammand line in simple tearms so that a new user can to programs like kget etc;

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    what a load of junk it still do not state how to get to the cammand line in simple tearms so that a new user can to programs like kget etc;

    Pardon?

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    he might seem a little confused. I think he is looking for a new guide and not a svn newbie guide

    I will also add that I have never thought of subversion to be used this way. thanks

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