3.7 Full: Developers or Media users?
jase at dufair.org
Wed May 26 13:56:47 UTC 2004
Avi Bryant <avi at beta4.com> writes:
> Correct - there is no canonical "Monticello server", and the
> Monticello package includes no server code. SqueakSource is the most
> sophisticated server that Monticello can talk to right now, but a
> simple ftpd works fine too.
Even simpler, IMO, is httpd. My apache2 install worked as a Monticello
repository right out of the box on my RedHat 7.2 server. For
posterity's sake, here's all I had to add to my apache2 config:
Alias /monticello/ /var/monticello/
Allow from all
# Limit write permission to list of valid users.
<LimitExcept GET PROPFIND OPTIONS REPORT>
AuthName "Authorization Realm"
This gives a world-readable, authorized-user-writable Monticello
repository in /var/monticello. I created /etc/monticello-auth with
htpasswd and off I went. I love Monticello and look forward to future
Jason Dufair - jase at dufair.org
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He told me to try to be in the first group;
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