Eric Brown wrote:
> Thought I posted it, sorry. My apache error log shows a "cannot open
> .htaccess file, ensure it is readable" error message from the client
> when I try that URL; I thought the AllowOverride directive ignored all
> .htaccess files (I don't have any, BTW).
Seems like apache is expecting a normal webfolder on your url rather
then a svn repo.
> On 10/24/05, *Stefan Küng* <firstname.lastname@example.org
> <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
> Eric Brown wrote:
> > I'm running an svn (1.0.5) server on a Solaris 9 box, with an xp
> > (tortoise 1.1.2).
> A little bit old. Why don't you update?
> > I'm having a bit of a problem getting the bloody thing to work.
> > I open the repo browser and I get a 403://forbidden error message.
> What does the apache error log tell you?
> > I've got apache running as user svn and group svnadmin
> > I've got recursive read/write perms through my repository
> (located at
> > /myserver/home/repos).
> > Here's my httpd.conf file
> > doc root /myserver/home/repos
I don't think this is a good idea. Why would you alow anyone to web into the
directory where repos are. Point your doc root elsewhere to begin with.
> > <location /repos>
> > DAV svn
> > SVNPath /myserver/home/repos
This tells apache that http://your.server/repos should be handled by the DAV
using the svn module. And it also tells the svn module that it can expect to
find your repo in the /myserver/home/repos directory.
> > #access policy
> > AuthzAVNAccessFile /etc/svn-access-file
> Is this a typo in the mail, or do you really have AutzAVNAccessFile in
> your apache config file?
> AutzSVNAccessFile, not
> If that doesn't fix it, I suggest you ask on the Subversion users
> After all, you're trying to set things up on Solaris - and TSVN is
> Windows only, so we don't have experience with Solaris at all.
When you get apache to expect DAV svn on your url it will probably
complain about this spelling...
Mina has "AuthzSVNAccessFile /etc/httpd/conf.d/subauthz"
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Received on Mon Oct 24 20:46:31 2005