I'm not getting really further.
I configured mod_auth_svn.conf (see below).
What else needs to be done? I don't get the relations between the
Where can I say, that user xy is allowed to checkout /repos for example?
From: Greg Thomas [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Dienstag, 29. November 2005 14:21
To: Thorsten Schacht
Subject: Re: Apache or svnserve?
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On Tue, 29 Nov 2005 14:04:51 +0100, "Thorsten Schacht"
>>From: Greg Thomas [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>>On Tue, 29 Nov 2005 13:14:52 +0100, "Thorsten Schacht"
>>>My plan is to use the Active Directory users through LDAP for working
>>>How exactly is it working and do I need to configure something like
>>>svn-auth-file and passwd?
>>I have the (experimental in 2.0.x) mod_auth_ldap Apache module
>>authenicating against AD with no problems at all -
>I have seen that but struggle a bit on the way it does the work.
>What files do I have to modify. On the apache side and on the svn side.
First, you'll need to get Apache configured to authenticate users
against your AD. The exact mechanism to do this will depend on your AD
layout, but you will need to specify
AuthName "Subversion repository"
in your relevant <Location> of your httpd.conf file. The AuthLDAP*
directives are detailed in the above Apache docs. The
AuthzSVNAccessFile directive should point to a configuration file as
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