Using SVN on Linux

Hi,

i have a problem using SVN on LINUX…

i do not find the svn of VP…

Thanks

Hi lagson,

You may try execute this:
#yum install subversion.i386

This will download it for you. Please feel free to let me know if there are any questions in further.

Best regards,
Jick

Hi Jick

where have i to execute this command?

it doesn’t work…

thanks

HI lagson,

You need to run as root, open the console and execute the command.

Best regards,
Jick

i did it so

i have a SUSE9.3

Any message showed on the screen that can let us identify what the problem is?

i don’t just know which svn path i have to enter in the dialog window…

Hi lagson,

Please enter “which svn” in console. The path printed on the screen is what you need to enter in the connection dialog box.

Best regards,
Jick

that’s exactly my problem…

there was no path printed on the screen (like on window) as used it.

Could you show me what does it prints?

It prints nothing…

and i looked for a svn executable file in the VP installation whithout success.

Could it be that VP_UML for Linux doesn’t have an integrated svn execution file?

May i use another svn installation for communication with the server?

best regards

Hi lagson,

VP Suite includes only the Windows executable for SVN. For Linux and Mac, you have to use your own SVN installation in order to communication with the server.

Best regards,
Jick

Hi Jick,

thanks for the response.

I have now another problem using svn+ssh on Linux…

When i now enter the correct svn path on my system, an error dialog is displayed with the message “login failed”.

On window i resolved this problem by creating an environment variable named “SVN_SSH” and gave as value the path to the file “TortoisePlink.exe”

do you have any idea to solve it on linux?

Thanks

HI lagson,

There are several possibilities that causes it failed to login. Could you show me your login dialog, and send me the log file for further studies? You can find the vp.log file inside $vp-suite-install-dir/bin

Look forward to hearing from you.

Best regards,
Jick

Hi Jick,

i attached the log file
log.zip

Hi lagson,

Thanks for the log file. Will talk to our engineers about this…

Best regards,
Jick

Hi lagson,

Please try to run the following command in console:
/opt/CollabNet_Subversion/bin/svn ls ${repository path}

see if it work.

Best regards,
Jick

Hi Jick!

i entered the command…

it prints the list of directories under version control…

Hi lagson,

Thank you for your enquiry. Could you run the following:
/opt/CollabNet_Subversion/bin/svn --version

and let me know about the result?

Second, please make the SVN path pointing to: /opt/CollabNet_Subversion/bin/svn

see if this helps.

Best regards,
Jick
svn-path.png

the installed version is 1.4.3

for the second…

I already did it before and dialog window with the message “login failed”