Paletz, David S wrote:
> Thanks to those who helped with the repository browser connectivity. It
> appears to work now but perhaps a little too well. I am not prompted
> for a username and password. Nor is an officemate whose name isn’t even
> in the password file. We both can browse the repository just fine. I
> created a few files and they have no author (which makes sense since no
> credentials are supplied). Again I am running Apache 2.0.63, Subversion
> 1.4.6-4 and TortoiseSVN 1.4.8-12137 on WinServer2003 SP1. I have set up
> basic authentication with an encrypted password file. The entry in
> Apache’s httpd.conf looks like:
> <Location /svn/>
> DAV svn
> SVNParentPath E:\subversion\repositories
> AuthType Basic
> AuthName "Subversion repositories"
> AuthUserFile E:\subversion\server\httpd\conf\passwd
> Require valid-user
* check your access log
* check the error log (maybe you'll see something like "authuserfile not
found" or something similar)
I'm not sure if apache really accepts the backslash in your paths. I
would try using forward slashes instead.
Point your webbrowser to the URL. If you're not asked for
authentication, then it's not really a Subversion problem but your setup
(which it most likely is).
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Received on 2008-02-21 17:51:31 CET