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Copy the files in your newly extracted directory (pmwik-new/wordpress-patch) over the files of your existing software installation. For example, if your existing PmWiki/Wordpress installation is in a directory called pmwiki/wordpress, then one way to copy the new files over the existing ones is to enter the command:
cp -a pmwiki-new/. pmwiki
Note that BSD systems will not have the -a option as a command-line argument for cp, but that's okay, since it's just shorthand for cp -dpR, so use that instead of -a.
On (some) FreeBSD servers and Mac OS X systems you need to use
cp -Rpv pmwiki-new/. pmwiki
This works well on TxD shared hosting.
I used not my main user. However, only the main user can get shell access necessary for svn via ssh.
I used a wrong path.
In order to get things going set up subversion following the usual directives in the knowledge base and then access your repository like this:
(OS X terminal here)
% svn co svn+ssh://email@example.com/home/mainuser/svn/repositoryname/
This should do the trick.
Remember not to use ssh and http(s) at the same time. It's either or.