Linux: Install Subversion (SVN) Server

Since my programmers are already familiar with SVN instead of WebDAV, so I will need to setup a Subversion server  for them. By using PHP Designer 7 on Windows 7, they can connect SVN server via TortoiseSVN plugin which available at

Subversion is a full-featured version control system originally designed to be a better CVS. In layman term is it control the versioning of files being shared between users.In this case, I will use Subversion package which available in yum repo. Variables as below:

OS: CentOS 6.0 64bit
Server IP:
SVN directory for webproject1: /home/user1/webproject1
SVN user for webproject1: project1
SVN password for webproject1:  mypasswording1
SVN directory for webproject2: /home/user1/webproject2
SVN user for webproject2: project2
SVN password for webproject2:  mypasswording2

1. Firstly, we need to install SVN or subversion package via yum:

$ yum install subversion -y

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