If I pay for the PRO license, can you fix these?

I’m having issues with WebDAV not allowing write access from authenticated user.

And I can’t seem to get subversion going correctly. Is the repository supposed to be under the public_html folder? or just home?

I’m running a completely clean install of centos 5.2

I’ll gladly pony up for the Pro license, as long as I can get these issues fixed.



Hey Tony,

Regarding WebDAV, that’s a problematic issue without a great solution, unfortunately.

There’s some info on that here:


Essentially, Apache’s mod_davfs module isn’t able to suexec, so in order to be able to make modifications, the files would need to be writable by Apache.

In regards to subversion – when it creates the repository, it should create it under ~/svn/REPO_NAME.

It should also add some lines to the Apache config for that Virtual Host:

<Location /svn>
DAV svn
SVNParentPath /home/USERNAME/svn
AuthType Basic
AuthUserFile /home/USERNAME/etc/svn.basic.passwd
Require valid-user
AuthzSVNAccessFile /home/USERNAME/etc/svn-access.conf
Satisfy Any

Have a good one,

Hi Eric,

Thanks for the reply. Too bad about the webdav, although that’s not a deal breaker.

The repository is being created, I guess maybe I don’t know what to enter in my subversion client to access it correctly. I’ve tried a couple of different clients, but nothing is connecting. Am I supposed to use svn+ssh:// ? or just ssh? or just http(s)?

Thanks for your help.


Am I supposed to use svn+ssh:// ? or just ssh? or just http(s)?

Usually http.