Jan 092012

One of the easiest ways to set up a subversion server that is lightweight is to use an existing linux server with sufficient free space available to hold your repositories.  This is much more lightweight because it really doesn’t require any additional software or services, outside of subversion which is likely already installed if you use the svn client; and ssh which is probably already installed and running.

I will give the steps I used for centos, but it will work with other linux distributions if you apply the correct package management steps (pacman, apt-get, yum, emerge, etc):

First, make sure we have subversion and openssh installed:

yum install subversion openssh-server

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May 052011

So on my backtrack installation and also on my gentoo laptop with the same directory structure, I keep everything up to date that is in subversion or similar using a script.  Here is the script…..

By the way, I don’t have the identical toolset as backtrack.  I have added a lot of things, and I generally try to get the subversion versions of them if possible.  The easiest way to find what software or applications you have in the /pentest directory is to do a scan for .svn folder.  If it exists, you can add that application to this script.

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