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I've found the problem and fixed it. It seems like the file which holds the users and encrypted password is /etc/svn-auth-users rather than the passwd file in the repo/conf directory. I used htpasswd -m /etc/svn-auth-users user1 , set a password and then I was able to log into the SVN server using http://svn_server/repo with the newly created credentials. I ...
The following notice in the www.wandisco.com site: Optionally it can install the Apache HTTPD server (apache2) and Subversion modules. gives a hint into what might be the problem, i.e., the precompiled version of the libapache2-mod-svn available through the Ubuntu repositories comes from the subversion-1.7.9 package. The error message is indeed ...
If you are having problems using a CAC to access a site with IE, but the site works with the CAC in Firefox, you might be seeing a Microsoft cross-certificate chaining issue. From DISA's guidance in the FBCA Cross-Certificate Remover Tool User Guide: The Federal Bridge Certification Authority (FBCA) Cross-Certificate Remover Tool is designed to help ...
Missing "yum" in CentOS 5 is common for so-called Virtuozzo containers (now called Parallels Cloud Server). I bet your VPS is one of those. "Containers" technology is different from traditional hypervisor VPS, it allows higher density of VPSes on the same machine (thus lower cost), but in exchange applies several limitations. As a solution you can try the ...
yum should be there, also on a Plesk system. If it's missing, I suggest you reinstall it. wget http://mirror.centos.org/centos-5/5.10/os/x86_64/CentOS/yum-3.2.22-40.el5.centos.noarch.rpm rpm -ivH yum-3.2.22-40.el5.centos.noarch.rpm
Weird. Is it not located at /usr/bin/yum? What is the output of: find / -name yum -type f (run the above command as root or via sudo for best results)
init scripts are used for starting/stopping system services and updating a project using SVN doesn't sound like a system service. I would suggest other approaches: 1. if you need to make the update only at boot time, launch your script from /etc/rc.d/rc.local 2. if you need to make the update periodically, then set the script to be run from cron
You need to use SNI. To configure Apache to use it, see this article: SSL with Virtual Hosts Using SNI.
You may want to look at the console output upon reboot. It's likely that sshd is just not starting. Also, sounds like your init script could be broken. If your script is hanging and it is being started before ssh, you won't have access to the machine. You may consider making sure your custom init script boots last.
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