review board with svn integration not working on centos 5.3
- date: July 28, 2009
i have problem with review board on centos 5.3 with svn.
procedure i followd
$rb-site install /svn/review/review.ocv.com
Domain Name: review.ocv.com
Root Path [/]: /svn/review-board/
Media URL [media/]:
Database Type: 1
Database Name [reviewboard]: reviewboard
Database Server [localhost]: localhost
Database Username: bugs
Database Password: bugs
Cache Type: 1
Memcache Server [memcached://localhost:11211/]: memcached://192.168.2.61:63000/
Web Server: 1
Python Loader: 1
E-Mail Address: [email protected]
cp /svn/review-board/review.ocv.com/conf/apache-modpython.conf /etc/httpd/conf.d/.
#Disable user registration. Only admin can register new users.
BUILTIN_AUTH = False
#Require log-in to view any part of ReviewBoard
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