- Firestarter - a firewall
- ssh/scp - remote sessions and remote file transfer
- svn for remote computers
- basic http server
2) ssh/scp. Ready from startup
3) K, I have to install svn server first. Use synaptic for subversion and subversion-tools... check, copy in a tgz I created from my old repo and do a checkout on the code... check. I have to fool around with svnserve.
Ok I created an unpriveledged user called svn and a group called svn. added my normal uname to the group and changed permissions on the repositories to 'chmod g+rx -R *' I can checkout fine, and cannot commit which my normal user... which is what I wanted
Now I want to figure out how I can submit as the svn user..... --username doesn't work like I thought. Ok... the commit plan is to co as svn 'svn svn+ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org/repo change' then svn diff > patch.txt the changed work, then patch -p0 < patch.txt... after that I can commit from the change repo :)
Next step is to allow anonymous access.... inside each repo is a conf/svnserve.conf file... add the line anon-access = read.
4) Basic Http server is ready from install :)