If you are a software developer, you must be familiar with subversion. Subversion is a free and open source version control system. Under subversion management, files and directories can go beyond time and space. Subversion stores files in the central version library, which is very similar to a normal file server. The difference is that it can record every modification of files and directories, so that data can be restored to the previous version and the details of data changes can be viewed. Because of this, many people regard version control system as a magic “time machine”.
How to quickly build subversion service
This article describes how to quickly build subversion service through urlos under Ubuntu without complicated command line and one click installation.
First, install the ulos:
curl -LO www.urlos.com/siu && sh siu
After successful installation, access through http: / / IP: 9968 and log in to urlos with the default account password.
Search in the application market
“Subversion”, after finding subversion, click Install:
Essential informationFill in the service name, select the running node, and fill in the port number:
Set SSH parametersEnter an SSH password in. Note that this is not the SSH of the server:
Click Submit after setting. Here the subversion service is set up.
How to use subversion
We can use SVN client access address: SVN: / / IP / project, default account: admin Password: urlos520;
Enter SVN: / / IP / Project
Browse the version library and add a file to it
Enter user name: admin, password: urlos520
File added successfully