bash: svn: command not found

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If you get the error bash: svn: command not found, I take it that, linux is not your hardcore. Because this error is a beginner's question and could be easily resolved as below.

It only shows that your linux server does not have subversion installed. Depending on your type of linux you can use either of these commands to install subversion and therefore get rid of the above problem.

yum install subversion

apt-get install subversion




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