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    Hello,

    I've set a new installation of ubersvn for production. At the moment apache is running on 9999 port, but I would like it to run on 80.

    I read the sticky post about this, but the fixup.sh is not present in the last version. Nor is httpdstarter.new in the bin directory.

    Can i use an old version fixup and httpstarter or is there an other way to change the port of apache after install ?

    regards,

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    b_g

  • #2
    Hi B_g,

    I'd like to double check this. Unfortunately the person I need to do that with is based in the UK and won't be around until Monday. As such I'll get you an answer to this then (if someone else doesn't jump in first).

    Ian

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    • #3
      Hi Ian ,

      I can live with it.
      I'm in france so will leave in a few minutes until monday too ...

      Thanks for your quick replay.

      Regards,

      --
      b_g

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      • #4
        Hi,

        If when you installed uberSVN, you answered "no" to the question of whether to let uberSVN use ports below port 1024, then you need to do some extra configuration (because uberSVN will not have persmission to use port 80).

        So what you need to do is what the installer would have done had you answered "yes" to that question, which if I recall correctly, is more or less this:

        Code:
        $   su - -c 'chown root:ubersvn /opt/ubersvn/bin/httpdstarter'
        $   su - -c 'chmod 4750 /opt/ubersvn/bin/httpdstarter'
        Then you should be able to successfully change Apache's port and restart it from the uberSVN web interface.

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        • #5
          HI,

          Many thanks, It works like a charm ...
          Will be able to start production with it .

          For you information ubersvn installed on a centos 6.0 64 bits and running very efficiently without any problems

          Many thanks for your help

          Best regards,

          --
          B_G

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          • #6
            Glad I could help.

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