January 5, 2012 · General, Server · Email This Post

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Submin provides a web-based admin interface to your svn repositories.

Submin Features

User/group management
User/group permissions management per path
SVN repositories creation
Config files for apache2 cgi and wsgi created automatically
Authentication via htpasswd/svn authz
Authentication synced to svn (and trac)

Tested with browsers:

Firefox (2, 3)
Safari (3)
Internet Eplorer (7, 8)
Note: IE6 is not supported
Opera
Chrome

Reported to work on:

Debian (etch, lenny, squeezy)
Ubuntu
OS X
CentOS

Install submin on ubuntu

open /etc/apt/sources.list file

gksudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list

Add the following line

deb http://debian.supermind.nl/ current main

Save and exit the file

Need to add the key

sudo wget -q -O -- http://supermind.nl/debian.key | apt-key add -

Update the source list

sudo apt-get update

Install submin

sudo apt-get install submin

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3 Comments to “Submin – Subversion Web Administration”

  1. ikke says:

    Yes, right… and how to proceed then?
    Everyone can install the program. After that it seems that it is just not working and it never has as far as I can see.
    Can you elaborate please. Thank you.

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  2. godie says:

    yes I’m installed submin but where is install or how i access to panel

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  3. Michiel says:

    For more complete information, see https://ssl.supermind.nl/collab/projects/submin/browser/submin/trunk/INSTALL

    There are three additional steps: 1) create a submin repository 2) configure apache server 3) log in for the first time!

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