This will provide an overview of the steps required to setup Subversion using a sasl2db for authentication. These steps will be geared for CentOS but it should be similar for other distributions. If you follow this setup guide, you can also take advantage of my SVN Admin Script. It provides an easy interface to manage SVN repos and users.
The script program (bsdutils) will output the whole terminal output to a file. This can be helpful for logging and creating scripts out of history.
The approach here is to output the command history to a file and then manipulate the file a bit to get what we want.
history 3 > script.sh
This will output the last 3 commands to script.sh. Note that the actual history command will become the most recent event in history, and will be output in the file. This can be edited out manually or using this command:
Sometimes when working we don't always have a fully featured keyboard. Whether using a small portable bluetooth keyboard, old software, or you just want to be a command line ninja, these shortcuts are very important to know to increase productivity and to work through technical limitations on keyboards.
Typing long commands over and over gets old. Use bash aliases to make your life easier and impress your peers. Add these to your .bashrc and/or .bash_profile. Personally I use only one and symlink them together. These are just some examples of how you can use alias. Anytime you find yourself repeating lengthy commands think about creating an alias. Optionally, if it's a long command you are only going to be using for a short period, be sure to use history tools like ! and !? to quickly repeat previous commands.