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SVN error

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  1. jortiz565

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    Hello,

    In our shared hosting we allow users to use SVN(subversion). In a specific server just one user use it via normal ssh. He can't create a repository via ssh. We need to create for him via root. He get an error saying "command not found"when he use SVNADMIN create "repositoryname", the same command works from root.

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    Thanks
     
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    Hello :)

    Please keep in mind that Subversion is not natively supported with cPanel. Have you installed the subversion client with your system package manager (YUM)?

    Thank you.
     
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    Hello,

    Yes, this was installed with yum.
     
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    The user have normal shell because with jailed dosen't work
     
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    I was not able to reproduce the issue. Have you tried reinstalling Subversion using YUM? Do you get the same result when you "su" into the user from "root"?

    Thank you.
     
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    Just to confirm I'm doing right. Can you tell me the best way to reinstall?

    just to let you know, we are using cloudlinux with cageFS enable.
     
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    You could search our forums for "Subversion" to see how others have installed this application. Typically, it's handled through YUM. Could you try temporarily disabling CageFS for the user in question to see if that makes a difference?

    Thank you.
     
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