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I have configured OpenGrok in Windows environment with Tomcat Server and was able to index the SVN Checked-out Project. The Search really worked fine :-)

Reference: http://algopadawan.blogspot.in/2012/07/installing-opengrok-on-windows.html

Now my requirement is, I need to configure the same OpenGrok in Linux Server which should directly access the SVN Repository Server and should hold the indexes in Linux environment itself and I should be able to access the localhost URL through the Browser in Windows Environment.

It will be great if someone helps me out with the procedure and possibility of doing the same.

Thanks in advance for the help guys !!!

  • Query: When I tried running the following command in Linux Environment ( java -jar opengrok.jar -W G:\opengrok-0.11.1\configuration.xml -c G:\ctags58\ctags.exe -P -S -v -s G:\CodeSource -d G:\opengrok-0.11.1\grokdata ) I am getting the following error: SEVERE: Error: No Exuberant Ctags found in PATH! (tried running /home/app/OpenGrok/Ctags/ctags.exe). For all the Generic paths I gave the exact location of the components. Please help as early as possible. – Jerome Arulappa Dec 17 '14 at 13:25
  • Hi All, I am eagerly waiting for the answer, please help guys !!! – Jerome Arulappa Dec 18 '14 at 6:46
  • I have made OpenGrok work in Linux Environment with static source (Projects made available in source path). Now I am in need of help to set remote svn repositories (with history) as source. Suggestions are most welcome. – Jerome Arulappa Jan 2 '15 at 11:41
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Check this link out from stackoverflow.

You would need to enable the remoteScmSupported property in the opengrok configuration as suggested in the comments.

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