Yes, I didn't grow up with linux - to me it's a necessary tool not a passion. I have over the years though started to see it less as a pain in my a** and appreciate it more for it's usefulness
Regarding the private server, it's unfortunately required for us to have that. Getting root access, and having control of other aspects we need for other development purposes. We can't get that with shared hosting. Anyway, we're also only "sub managing" the VPS as ServInt does a good job with their support and tech. assistance.
Until now, we actually didn't have any problems managing the server otherwise - I was able to understand other necessary aspects required for managing the server. However my PHD engineering degree (not within computer science) didn't suffice in getting the upper hand on this one So, my sincere respect to those of you finding this to be a dance in the park :agree:
Found assistance for the SVN setup/install so hopefully the problem is solved.
My understanding was that there existed a number of GUI for SVN - but I have heard otherwise now. May I ask what is your preferred GUI, interface or whatever you use for doing the actual file managing? Web interface and/or GUI on local PC?
How do you best manage things once the SVN is installed? My PC is running WinXP and was hoping that the file Explorer isn't going to be my only help.