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CPanel/Subversion

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by bberglund, Aug 20, 2006.

  1. bberglund

    bberglund Registered

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    Does anyone out here have instructions in doing the following.

    1. Install Apache 2.0 on a different port.
    2. Install Subversion using that Apache 2.0?

    I know that CPanel doesn't like Apache 2.0 and that is why I would like to install it on a different port.

    I have a hosted server.

    I started installing subversion but I am not good at getting it working the way I want.

    I don't understand what to do. If anyone can please assist, that would be very very helpful.

    Please email me: bberglund@cthtech.com or send me a message back here.

    I need detailed instructions if at all possible.

    Thanks
     
  2. cooldude7273

    cooldude7273 Well-Known Member

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    Apache 2 can be used in cPanel if you use the BETA tree (maybe EDGE?), and it will work just like 1.3 does as far as interaction with cPanel and the rest of the server goes - no need to use a differennt port if you do it this way.

    I could help you out with this if you want, IM/PM me.
     
  3. trhosting.net

    trhosting.net Well-Known Member

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    If you only want to use subversion, then you don't have to install apache 2.0. Only install subversion and use it.
     
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    xerophyte Well-Known Member

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    if you want to use the web interface with webdav you need the apache 2, because apache 1.3.x does not support the webdav modules, i think he needs the web browsing interface and authendication


    To install apache on different port just compile the apache with different prefix, for example
    --prefix=/usr/local/apache2

    then install it and modify the /usr/local/apache2/conf/httpd.conf to reflex the new port and start the apache and modify the firewall to open the new port

    and you need to consult the svn book to configure the virtual host for the web interface and authendication

    hope that helps
     
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