svn command missing from install
Hi All, I have UberSVN setup on Ubuntu 12.10 server. This is a fresh install and it works. I did not, as in the past, hav Subversion installed prior to UberSVN, I simply installed UberSVN with Subversion. I am now in need of creating a dump of some Repos, but when I enter svn on the command line, it states that svn command not found. In my previous install of UberSVN, I had Subversion installed before installing UberSVN, so therefore had a complete installation. I did not realize that UberSVN only installs a "Lite" version of SubV. My question is how can I gain a full installation of Subversion without destroying my current installation and Repos? I thought about just doing an apt-get install Subversion, but didn't want that to over-write what was there. I only need to add the svn, svnadmin commands. How can I safely add these into my current install. Thanks in advance. Jim
Hi there, You can install command line Subversion, but this shouldn't be necessary. Did you know you can create a repo dump file from within uberSVN (Repositories >> Administration >> Dump/export)?
Mand, I don't have an Administration TAB. While in Uber, after selecting Repositories TAB, I have a choice to ADD with Tabs that say Latest and Favorites. That's all. Maybe I should have a different version of Uber than what I have? [ATTACH]309[/ATTACH]
You need to have administrator permissions for the repositories in question.
Duh......Ding, ding, ding, ding......All solved. Thanks for the help Mand. Jim
No worries :)
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