> No, I'm using ssh to a. create the repository, then b. launch svnserve
> I'm trying to connect using either svnX or TortoiseSVN (I like working on
> multiple OS at the same time :) )
> So, after I SSH'd in:
> I did svnadmin create svn - created the directory <server>/svn with all
> of the appropriate directories, from the looks of it. The permissions on
> the svn directory are rwxr-xr-x, which may be a problem? svnadmin and
> svnserve have both been launched from the same account (the owner of the
> svn directory).
> svnserve.conf was modified to uncomment the following lines:
> anon-access = read (actually I currently have this set to write to see if
> it helped, but it didn't)
> auth-access = write
> password-db = passwd
> authz-db = authz
> nothing else was modified/uncommented and the like.
> passwd was edited to add a line of the sort:
> <username> = <password>
> authz was modified to create a group including <username> and the
> following line was added, as well:
> [repository: /svn]
> @<groupdefined earlier> = rw
> Then I launch svnserve -d
> Attempt to connect with svnX and get an Authentication Failed.
how? Are you using svn+ssh://bla.servername.com/reponame
I think if you do that svnserve is spawned for you.
Have you read this part of the svn book http://svnbook.red-bean.com/nightly/en/svn-book.html#svn.serverconfig.svnserve.sshauth ??
Received on 2010-05-13 19:39:25 CEST