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Linux Equivalent to TortoiseSVN

Posted on 2014-04-09
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Does anyone have any feedback on RabbitVCS (Linux equivalent to TortoiseSVN)?

I'm running centos 6 or scientific linux 6.  

I don't have alot of time to have issues with it so I'd like to get some feedback prior to attempting to install.

If it's really easy, that's great but otherwise are there any other equivalent packages?
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gnome desktop + nautilus is not "linux"
kde has their own SVN plugin which works fairly well

easiest way to install is using EPEL
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RabbitVCS is good option, can be downloded here but i would suggest to go with CentOS5 or ubuntu.

http://wiki.rabbitvcs.org/wiki/install/rhelcentos5

TY/SA
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Dear: Centos 5 is effectively EOL - no new hardware support except virtualisation
Go with centos 6 and EPEL
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By CentOS6 i meant - Scientific linux, oracle EL with or without uek kernel, as well as RHEL6
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