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    SVN anyone?

    Will do, thanks for answering.
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    SVN anyone?

    It took me 1+ week, but its setup, working and running just fine:) However, I notice sometimes Apache2 just stops working, can't find an error. If I restart it using (/usr/local/apache2/bin/apachectl restart) it says, not started and restarts just fine. So appearantly something is crashing...
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    SVN anyone?

    Alright, i've already found things like that, but I just want to be sure i don't 'enter a word here' up my VPS. Therefor I opened this topic, while hoping someone already IS using SVN on a cPanel powered VPS. And as I said, i'm new to this whole linux thing (working with commandline etc, I can...
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    SVN anyone?

    Ok, thanks for replying too. I had read the FAQ and that's how the whole Apache2 thing started :) I'm aware of svnserve, but their website also says Apache2 is the best possible method to set up the SVN. As I rather not use svnserve because it lacks some features i'm looking into getting Apache2...
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    SVN anyone?

    You've misunderstood me. But thanks for replying. I do NOT want the Apache 1.3.36 to be removed. Its vital for cPanel and thus cannot be changed. I want to install a 2nd apache ( version 2.x.x) on the VPS running just for the SVN. Because Apache 1.3.36 uses port 80 I want Apache 2.x.x to run on...
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    SVN anyone?

    For version control I want to run SVN (http://subversion.tigris.org) on my VPS. As it came with Apache 1.3.36 (cPanel) and SVN recommends Apache 2.x.x I want to install Apache 2.x.x on the same VPS. I understand I've to give it another portnumber but thats ok. Anyone else done this? How do I...
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