On Apr 12, 5:56*pm, Michael Soibelman wrote:
> jamesromeongmail.com wrote:
> > On Apr 12, 10:23*am, "jamesromeongmail.com"
> > wrote:
> >> On Apr 9, 10:57*pm, "jamesromeongmail.com"
> >> wrote:

>
> >> > On Apr 9, 9:28*pm, "jamesromeongmail.com" wrote:

>
> >> > > On Apr 9, 7:32*pm, Michael Soibelman wrote:

>
> >> > > > jamesromeongmail.com wrote:
> >> > > > > On Apr 9, 5:04*pm, Michael Soibelman wrote:
> >> > > > >> jamesromeongmail.com wrote:
> >> > > > >> > I do have php5-pdo installed. Is that were the pdo mysql
> >> > > > >> > drivers are?

>
> >> > > > >> No. *It is provided by php5-mysql

>
> >> > > > > I have that installed. So now what?

>
> >> > > > So what happens when you start:

>
> >> > > >http://localhost/usvn*?

>
> >> > > > Still the same warnings ?

>
> >> > > > Suspect you have still not got the modules loading.

>
> >> > > > post the results of loading the url above..

>
> >> > > > By now I'm not sure where you're at..

>
> >> > > Whoops. mysql is having problems. Now when I try to log into it, I
> >> > > get:
> >> > > jargw:/etc/init.d # mysql -u root -p
> >> > > Enter password:
> >> > > ERROR 2002 (HY000): Can't connect to local MySQL server through
> >> > > socket '/var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock' (2)
> >> > > jargw:/etc/init.d # rcmysql status
> >> > > Checking for service MySQL:
> >> > > running

>
> >> > > What does this mean?

>
> >> > Well, this error is very common on the mysql forums. So I moved the
> >> > socket to /tmp in the server and client sections of my.cnf.
> >> > I can log into mysql as root (the system root using the mysql root
> >> > pwd).
> >> > jargw:/etc/init.d # mysql -u root -p
> >> > Enter password:
> >> > Welcome to the MySQL monitor. *Commands end with ; or \g.
> >> > Your MySQL connection id is 2
> >> > Server version: 5.0.51a SUSE MySQL RPM

>
> >> > Type 'help;' or '\h' for help. Type '\c' to clear the buffer.

>
> >> > But if I do it as myself, it still thinks the socket is in /var/lib/
> >> > mysql:
> >> > jar@jargw:~> mysql -u root -p
> >> > Enter password:
> >> > ERROR 2002 (HY000): Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket
> >> > '/var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock' (2)

>
> >> > The socket is in /tmp:
> >> > ls -l /tmp/my*
> >> > srwxrwxrwx 1 mysql mysql 0 Apr *9 21:58 /tmp/mysql.sock

>
> >> > So something is still strange in the configuration

>
> >> Well, I reinstalled SUSE 10.3 because it was mysteriously rebooting,
> >> and was able to install usvn successfully. But how does it actually
> >> work? I created the projects, but they are empty. How do I get data
> >> into them, and how do I check in and check out files via the Web
> >> interface. The usvn documentation is almost non-existent.

>
> >> I do not have an existing subversion database, so I cannot use thier
> >> import from subversion option.

>
> >> Thanks,
> >> Jim

>
> > I figured this out finally. For others that are stuck, here is what I
> > did:

>
> > Subversion issues
> > 0) You must install subversion from subversion.tigris.org (or the
> > Linux rpms).

>
> > 1) You must use a real ip address if anyone external needs to access
> > it. I got an alias from dyndns.org
> >https://myip.dyndns.org/usvn/svn/project_name/trunkas the URL.
> > Of course, open the 443 port to this internal machine and put on some
> > type of authentication.

>
> > 2) But this will not work until you manually accept the snake oil
> > https certificate. So do (at a command prompt)
> > svn listhttps://myip.dyndns.org/usvn/svn/project_name/trunk
> > and accept the certificate permanently.

>
> > 3) Then you can configure NetBeans to find it.
> > -> In options/miscellaneous/version control, give the path to the svn
> > directory. Restart Netbeans.
> > -> In Versioning/Checkout, you can insert the above URL, and then
> > check out your project. You can also import your project into the
> > database this way.

>
> > 4) I initially loaded the database after having done 'su wwwrun'
> > because wwwrun owns the repository. That may be unnecessary if you
> > load it using a client via, say NetBeans.

>
> Glad you figured it out. *It seemed that you had a few configuration errors
> as I have installed USVN without problems a few times now. *Also good to
> see you got it set up to work with NetBeans. *Good work.


Michael,

How do I get/see old versions of files with usvn? Is there a way to
use viewvc with usvn?