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SVN takes control of port 80

Salam Elias

Hi

Hi Dimas, nice tuto and clear. Since I setup svn, it took control of port 80 on the apache server. I browse correctly to my http://mylinux/repo but all other apps on the server, for example http://mylinux/bugzilla or http://mylinux/phpwebadmin are redirected to the svn site and get

 

<D:error><C:error/>

<m:human-readable errcode="2"> Could not find the requested SVN filesystem </m:human-readable>

</D:error>

 

How this can be corrected?

 

Thanks

Salam ELIAS

 

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Re: SVN takes control of port 80

Bo Berglund
On Fri, 29 Dec 2017 12:55:18 +0100, "Salam Elias"
<[hidden email]> wrote:

>Hi
>
>Hi Dimas, nice tuto and clear. Since I setup svn, it took control of port 80 on the apache server. I browse correctly to my http://mylinux/repo but all other apps on the server, for example http://mylinux/bugzilla or http://mylinux/phpwebadmin are redirected to the svn site and get
>
>How this can be corrected?

Reconfigure SVN to use another port, i.e. 8080 instead of 80 or
something like that. THen ether will be no conflicts.

--
Bo Berglund
Developer in Sweden

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Re: SVN takes control of port 80

Branko Čibej
On 29.12.2017 13:31, Bo Berglund wrote:

> On Fri, 29 Dec 2017 12:55:18 +0100, "Salam Elias"
> <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>> Hi
>>
>> Hi Dimas, nice tuto and clear. Since I setup svn, it took control of port 80 on the apache server. I browse correctly to my http://mylinux/repo but all other apps on the server, for example http://mylinux/bugzilla or http://mylinux/phpwebadmin are redirected to the svn site and get
>>
>> How this can be corrected?
> Reconfigure SVN to use another port, i.e. 8080 instead of 80 or
> something like that. THen ether will be no conflicts.

Or better still, reconfigure your httpd to not put subversion at the URL
root. And use HTTPS on port 443 instead.

-- Brane