This tutorial will walk you through the steps to installing Subversion 1.8.14 on cPanel. You will end up with a command line version and the ability to access your SVN repositories via the browser securely.
I was pleasantly surprised at how easy it was to install Duply and Duplicity to enable S3 backups on my CentOS cPanel box. This is a bit rushed, so instructions are brief. If you notice anything wrong, please let me know in the comments and I fix it up.
Appears there's lots of people trying to figure out how to install subversion onto a cPanel box. There's lots of posts that show some sort of version but none seem to work anymore. Well, this one works, tried, tested and true. Subversion client comes pre-installed on cPanel, but it buried into a cPanel folder. Subversion server does not come pre-installed. So, let's get started!
I've been using Node, npm, bower and gulp in my local Vagrant VM under Ubuntu. However, as one of my current projects will be shuffled off to a cPanel CentOS server soon, I thought I would check how easy it is to install all this on the cPanel side. This mini-how-to assumes you are running the latest cPanel (WHM 11.42.0 (build 23) as of this writing) running on CentOS 6. Assuming you have this configuration, then you will already have git installed and running as required by npm in some instances.
I've posted this how-to simply as a way to remember how I did this. For all those that want to use Majordomo mailing list app on a cPanel box, while running Exim, here is no frills tutorial. I've used this on several boxes over the last five years without issue. The setup allows you to manage individual lists by domain. Each of your accounts can have their own majordomo lists. There is no control panel for this setup, and all the editing takes place on the commend line. Hope someone finds it useful.
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