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Old 25th November 2005, 22:46
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Hi,

when trying to install subversion in a vhost i always get the error 403.
Access forbidden.

Although i did not activate any access rules for that location yet.
What could be the reason ?

Another problem for me is, i seam not to be able to put the neccessary config lines into the conf file via ispconfigs gui. So the entry vanish each time i do something with the gui concerning that vhost !
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Old 26th November 2005, 09:42
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when trying to install subversion in a vhost i always get the error 403.
Access forbidden.
What did you do to install subversion in a vhost?
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Another problem for me is, i seam not to be able to put the neccessary config lines into the conf file via ispconfigs gui. So the entry vanish each time i do something with the gui concerning that vhost !
What did you meaan with vanished? Deleted or commented out?

ISPConfig writes the content of the apache includes field of the website in the vhost, then executes "httpd -t". If apache reported an error in the new config, the contents of the apache includes field where commented out.

Do you have all apache modules installed and loaded, that are nescessary for SVN?
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