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Re: Weird SVN Auth issue

From: Frank Gruman <fgatwork_at_verizon.net>
Date: 2005-12-06 23:12:33 CET

James Richardson wrote:
> On Tue, 2005-12-06 at 21:24 +0000, Phil Endecott wrote:
>
>> If I were you I'd put a regular HTML file in there and get authenticated
>> access to that from a browser working. Then go back to Subversion. (Or
>> maybe you've already tried that?)
>>
>
> I did do this earlier today and the non-SVN content on the server was
> served correctly with authentication enabled. However, I just tried it
> again and it gave me more authorization errors. I'm getting the feeling
> it's an apache auth issue and not a subversion issue.
>
>
> ---
>

So NOW look at the error logs. There should be something there. Someday...

Another idea would be to try to set either your VirtualHost to another
port, or change your Listen to another port. I've never been a fan of
mixing ports like that on a single IP. It may work, but I don't like it
- personal preference.

Your config file looks fine except for that little nuance that I see
with your ports. I essence, you are repeating the same configuration
rules a second time. Maybe there is conflict there somewhere.

Regards,
Frank
Received on Tue Dec 6 23:20:38 2005

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