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Source code changes of the file "INSTALL" between
viewvc-1.1.26.tar.gz and viewvc-1.1.27.tar.gz

About: ViewVC is a browser interface for CVS and Subversion version control repositories.

INSTALL  (viewvc-1.1.26):INSTALL  (viewvc-1.1.27)
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/etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf, and /etc/apache/httpd.conf. Depending /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf, and /etc/apache/httpd.conf. Depending
on how Apache was installed, you may also look under /usr/local/etc on how Apache was installed, you may also look under /usr/local/etc
or /etc/local. Use the vendor documentation or the find utility if or /etc/local. Use the vendor documentation or the find utility if
in doubt. in doubt.
2) Depending on how your Apache configuration is setup by default, you 2) Depending on how your Apache configuration is setup by default, you
might need to explicitly allow high-level access to the ViewVC might need to explicitly allow high-level access to the ViewVC
install location. install location.
<Directory <VIEWVC_INSTALLATION_DIRECTORY>> <Directory <VIEWVC_INSTALLATION_DIRECTORY>>
Order allow,deny # For Apache 2.4.x, use this:
Allow from all Require all granted
# For Apache 2.2.x, use these instead:
# Order allow,deny
# Allow from all
</Directory> </Directory>
For example, if ViewVC is installed in /usr/local/viewvc-1.0 on For example, if ViewVC is installed in /usr/local/viewvc-1.0 on
your system: your system:
<Directory /usr/local/viewvc-1.0> <Directory /usr/local/viewvc-1.0>
Order allow,deny # For Apache 2.4.x, use this:
Allow from all Require all granted
# For Apache 2.2.x, use these instead:
# Order allow,deny
# Allow from all
</Directory> </Directory>
3) Configure Apache to expose ViewVC to users at the URL of your choice. 3) Configure Apache to expose ViewVC to users at the URL of your choice.
ViewVC provides several different ways to do this. Choose one of ViewVC provides several different ways to do this. Choose one of
the following methods: the following methods:
----------------------------------- -----------------------------------
METHOD A: CGI mode via ScriptAlias METHOD A: CGI mode via ScriptAlias
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If ViewVC seems to work but doesn't show the expected result (Typical If ViewVC seems to work but doesn't show the expected result (Typical
error: you can't see any files) error: you can't see any files)
* Check whether the CGI-script has read-permissions to your * Check whether the CGI-script has read-permissions to your
CVS-Repository. The CGI-script generally runs as the same user CVS-Repository. The CGI-script generally runs as the same user
that the web server does, often user 'nobody' or 'httpd'. that the web server does, often user 'nobody' or 'httpd'.
* Does ViewVC find your RCS utilities? (edit rcs_dir) * Does ViewVC find your RCS utilities? (edit rcs_dir)
If something else happens or you can't get it to work: If all else fails, contact the ViewVC development community at
https://github.com/viewvc/viewvc/.
* Check the ViewVC home page:
http://viewvc.org/
* Review the ViewVC mailing list archive to see if somebody else had
the same problem, and it was solved:
http://viewvc.tigris.org/servlets/SummarizeList?listName=users
* Check the ViewVC issue database to see if the problem you are
seeing is the result of a known bug:
http://viewvc.tigris.org/issues/query.cgi
* Send mail to the ViewVC mailing list, users@viewvc.tigris.org.
NOTE: make sure you provide an accurate description of the problem
-- including the version of ViewVC you are using -- and any
relevant tracebacks or error logs.
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