Installing and configuring an SVN server on Mac OS X - 6.1

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  1. Download the SVN server installer, for example Bitnami Subversion Stack at

  2. Install it in the Apllications/Utilities directory.


    Choose a port according to your environment. The default port 8080 clashes with Talend Administration Center.

  3. Launch Bitnami in a terminal.

    It will provide a step-by-step wizard.

In Bitnami, during the setup:

  1. Create a new repository and name it <my_repo>.

  2. Create a new user and define his user name and password.

  3. Grant read-write authorization to this user.

    Your SVN server is now installed and the repository is ready to store all Talend projects.

    One thing left to do is to link Talend Administration Center to this newly created repository.

  4. Copy the URL of your new <my_repo> repository.

    This copied URL is to be used along with the username and password when you configure the Talend Administration Center application (see Configuring the Web application access).


    For more information, please refer to the Bitnami Subversion Stack documentation. We recommend that you use Bitnami to create repositories and users, as it is a preconfigured stack, but you also have the possibility to install Subversion server manually on your Mac OS X.