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Subversion with a different root directory
|bwilhiteforex 4 post(s)||
This is more of a subversion question, although I’m encountering this problem with the redmine stack. I’m trying to set the root for svnserve to /media/Local Disk/svn. I’ve been able to do this successfully on Windows XP, but now I’m using Xubuntu. The current line I have in the startup script is this:
SVN_START=”/BitnamiRedmine/redmine-0.7.2-0/subversion/bin/svnserve -d—listen-port=3690—pid-file=$SVN_PIDFILE -r /media/Local Disk/svn”
However, when I run ctl.sh, this doesn’t work. I’ve also tried—root=blah/blah and other variants. Could someone please tell me what would be the correct command here?
Thank you in advance for any help.
|Beltrán Rueda Administrator 3,714 post(s)||
It should be run. I tried to start with a repository and it runs well. You should execute ”./ctl.sh start”. What error you can see if you execute manually the following action?