troubleshooting Question

Create link to folder for use with apache.

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* svnStorage* CentOSVersion ControlApache Web Server
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I want a link from /home/svn to be available in /mnt.

My path in apache is /mnt/svn.........

I created the svn link in /mnt but when I try to access from a browser I get path not found.

Any suggestions on how to get this to work. All of my storage space for the web page is in /home. I tried mounting svn in /mnt but it is not seen that way either.

I would rather have the link in /var/www but I cannot create the link there.
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