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Fisheye service on Linux server

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I plan to install Fisheye/Crucible on Linux server(Suse 11)

I already have a user "fishuser" on the server (with read only access to SVN repos)

that communicates with the SVN repositories.

Can I use this user " fishuser" to run fisheye service on the linux server.

Thanks for your help

Bzoo

2 answers

Hi Sergey:

Thanks a lot for your response. Makes perfect sense.

Regards,

Bzoo

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If you can log on as 'fishuser' to Linux server, then likely yes. If it is only a Subversion account, then likely no.

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