Here is a pretty short description to make a single SVN repository directly accessible via a domain with Apache as webserver.
First, a SVN Repository is required, which should then be accessible via Apache.
cd ~ mkdir svn cd svn svnadmin create apachesvn
It was created in the home directory of the user an empty SVN repository named apachesvn.
With the help of our documentation "SVN Dump / Restore" might as well be imported a SVN Dump.
Here is an existing vhost file of the Apache that is expanded.
It will be added to the vhost for the SVN repository. Since it is a single repository, which will be accessible via the domain directly, recommends following up.
Then add the following
<VirtualHost 192.168.1.112:80 > ServerName "svndirect.testserver.saas-secure.com" <Location /> DAV svn SVNPath /home/anyuser/apachesvn </Location> </VirtualHost>
Now just restart Apache and access should be possible.