The Ultimate Guide to Setting Up Apache Subversion SVN and TortoiseSVN For Version Control

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Gabriel Cánepa

Gabriel Cánepa is a GNU/Linux sysadmin and web developer from Villa Mercedes, San Luis, Argentina. He works for a worldwide leading consumer product company and takes great pleasure in using FOSS tools to increase productivity in all areas of his daily work.

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14 Responses

  1. Anil says:

    After share the project to svn server, It’s not showing in svn server, Kindly share the path.

  2. kamil says:

    Hello Gabriel ,

    Thanks a lot for document, that’s really ultimate

    Best Regards

  3. Manuel Malagon says:


    I’m getting the error `Unable to locate package libapache2-svn’ when trying to do this tutorial. I’m on a Debian 9 server.

    Does anyone know what is happening?

  4. Jake says:

    this is perfect thank you. i just have one question i want to install this on my raspberry pi i have tried a few other tutorials but they have not seemed to work. is there anything different i would need to do in order to get this working with my raspberry pi?

    • Gabriel A. Cánepa says:

      Hi Jake,
      What kind of Raspberry Pi do you have and which operating system / version are you running on it?

      • Jake says:

        Hi, Iam running Noobs v2.7.0 Raspian (i believe its Debian OS, the latest version.

        Image with desktop based on Debian Stretch
        Version:March 2018
        Release date:2018-03-13)

  5. Will says:

    Really well done ‘how-to’ – many thanks for this!

  6. surender says:

    dear team i wanna export only change file from svn repo to apache ducument root.

  7. William DeRieux says:

    The title would suggest that you can use TortoiseSVN on linux.

    You cannot (it is only available on windows).

  8. BTR Naidu says:

    The link is no more valid. I badly need a copy of uberSVN to recover repos which got created by uberSVN. By any change you have them?

    • Ravi Saive says:

      The article is little outdated and we haven’t updated it to the latest release..give us some to update the article..make it 100% working on all Linux flavors…

  9. Gopal says:

    Hello Sir
    I am new to Linux World. I am using Ubuntu 14.04.So how can i install this SVN (Subversion) 1.7 Server Using uberSVN 12.4 in Ubuntu 14.04. Please reply sir.

    Thank You…

  1. October 29, 2013

    […] If you have spent any amount of time recently in the Linux world, then chances are that you have heard of GIT. GIT is a distributed version control system that was created by Linus Torvalds, the mastermind of Linux itself. It was designed to be a superior version control system to those that were readily available, the two most common of these being CVS and Subversion (SVN). […]

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