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Subversion

Postby darthbermel » Sat Jan 14, 2012 10:07 pm

A few weeks ago, I bought a N7700Pro. For my own developments, I'm using subversion which ran on my old NAS very well. I was surprised to see, that there was no subversion module for new Thecus NAS. There must have been one in the past, but all posted links are dead now.
So I downloaded the vmdk from this forum and built a module which works for me perfect. It is based on svn 1.6.6 (the latest update for Ubuntu 10.04) and has WebSVN integrated. With the first activation it creates a repository under /raid/data/svnrepo and starts svnserve with this repository. WebSVN ist also running on this repository. The repository is open for writing to anonymous because it was the easiest way to have an working repository out of the box.
I tested the repository with Subclipse and TortoiseSVN on client side without any problems. It requires 5.x firmware and should run on devices which are binary compatible to the N7700.

If some of you will find this module useful, I would try to integrate svn with the apache http and to compile newer releases (eg.1.7).

Questions: The module has a GPL v2 as license. WebSVN uses GPL v3 and svn the Apache license. Do I need to store those licenses into the module? If yes, where? How are other modules working with opensource licenses?

Regards

Michael

Download: http://www.b-4.de/modules/Subversion_1.0.0.zip
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Re: Subversion

Postby doubleh2003 » Wed Jan 18, 2012 8:56 pm

Hi,

great. I'll test the module on my NAS and send you a feedback. Maybe you could tell me how you created this module, cause I was not able to do it on my own.

With best regards,

René
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Re: Subversion

Postby doubleh2003 » Wed Jan 18, 2012 9:05 pm

doubleh2003 wrote:Hi,

great. I'll test the module on my NAS and send you a feedback. Maybe you could tell me how you created this module, cause I was not able to do it on my own.

With best regards,

René


Could not install the module
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Re: Subversion

Postby darthbermel » Thu Jan 19, 2012 2:57 am

Which NAS/Firmware are you using?
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Re: Subversion

Postby doubleh2003 » Thu Jan 19, 2012 8:51 pm

I use:
N0503
FW: 5.02.01

I'll try to install the module again today. Maybe it was a network issue (I had the same problem with other modules).

How did you compile subversion in the vmware?
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Re: Subversion

Postby darthbermel » Fri Jan 20, 2012 2:57 am

I did no compilation. I only installed subversion in the vmdk und extracted the neccessary files (bin & lib). Thats it.
Yout installation problem: I'm not sure, if the N0503 is compatible with the N7700. In the install.conf are only N7700 and N4100PRO listed. If the N0503 ist compatible, I can add the N0503 in the install.conf and create a new version of the module.

Regards

Michael
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Re: Subversion

Postby Qoolbox » Fri Jan 20, 2012 4:00 am

N7700 flag is enought to make it works on N0503..

here a sample from my install.rdf file working on all Thecus Intel x86

Code: Select all
 </md:Install>
       <md:NAS>
        <md:TargetNas>Thecus</md:TargetNas>
        <md:NasType>n5200</md:NasType>
        <md:NasProtol>N5200</md:NasProtol>
        <md:NasVersion>2.00.00</md:NasVersion>
    </md:NAS>
    <md:NAS>
        <md:TargetNas>Thecus</md:TargetNas>
        <md:NasType>n7700</md:NasType>
        <md:NasProtol>N7700</md:NasProtol>
        <md:NasVersion>2.00.00</md:NasVersion>
    </md:NAS>
    <md:NAS>
        <md:TargetNas>Thecus</md:TargetNas>
        <md:NasType>n4100pro</md:NasType>
        <md:NasProtol>N4100PRO</md:NasProtol>
        <md:NasVersion>2.00.00</md:NasVersion>
    </md:NAS>
    <md:NAS>
        <md:TargetNas>Thecus</md:TargetNas>
        <md:NasType>N12000</md:NasType>
        <md:NasProtol>N12000</md:NasProtol>
        <md:NasVersion>1.00.00</md:NasVersion>
    </md:NAS>
    <md:NAS>
        <md:TargetNas>Thecus</md:TargetNas>
        <md:NasType>N16000</md:NasType>
        <md:NasProtol>N16000</md:NasProtol>
        <md:NasVersion>1.00.00</md:NasVersion>
    </md:NAS>


What is the error message you got ?
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Re: Subversion

Postby doubleh2003 » Fri Jan 20, 2012 8:09 pm

It works on N0503. Was just a network issue on my side.

I would like to combine svn (1.7.x) with a webbased frontend for administration like ubersvn http://www.ubersvn.com/.

Maybe it is possible to do this in the same way you created your module.

With best regards,

René
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Re: Subversion

Postby scavenger » Sun Feb 26, 2012 1:05 am

it's working like a charm on my n5500 !!! thank you so much !!!
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Re: Subversion

Postby sebastienbo » Fri Mar 02, 2012 4:57 am

SVN support on the Thecus ?

Is this real? Does it work ?

If it does, I'm sure my company would buy a Thecus just for this feature!!
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