Guide – How To Start – Apache Subversion (SVN) Server on Linux CentOS 8.3 on Amazon

Apache Subversion is a software versioning and revision control system distributed under the Apache License. Software developers use Subversion to maintain current and historical versions of files such as source code, web pages, and documentation. It is a mostly compatible successor to the widely used Concurrent Versions System (CVS)

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Connection and operation with Apache Subversion on Linux CentOS 8.3

First, to connect to Apache, you should open port 80 by the TCP Protocol in the network properties on AWS Firewall.

To access Apache you should go by the link http://ip/svn/awsrepo in a web browser  (where in the link instead of “ip” type the real ip of the virtual machine on AWS).

After following the link, log in using the data:

        Username: awsuser
        Password: awspwd

To work with Apache, you can use the Tortoise SVN client for Windows OS, it is available following the link: https://tortoisesvn.net/downloads.html

        After the client is installed, run “TortoiseSVN Repository Browser”. In the opened window, enter the link http://ip/svn/awsrepo (where in the link instead of “ip” type the real ip of the virtual machine on AWS) and click “OK”:

 In the “Authentication” window:

Enter data from the server:
                

        Username: awsuser
        Password: awspwd

The main application window will open:

In the opened application window, right-click on the application area and select “Add file” or “Add folder” to upload files or directories to the server.

In the next window, click “OK”:

After downloading the file, follow the URL http://ip/svn/awsrepo in your web browser. You should see the recently added files and directories.

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