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Greg Stein wrote on Thu, Mar 08, 2012 at 20:26:26 +0000:
> On Thu, Mar 08, 2012 at 02:56:10PM -0500, Zachary Burnham wrote:
> > Hi. I'm having some trouble with command-line svn on OSX 10.7.3 . The problem appears to be that subversion can't find the CA certificates that are installed on my system (visible in Keychain Access.) I get the following error:
> > $ svn log
> > Error validating server certificate for 'https://<repo>:443':
> > - The certificate is not issued by a trusted authority. Use the
> > fingerprint to validate the certificate manually!
> > Certificate information:
> > - Hostname: *.<repo>
> > - Valid: from Sun, 12 Feb 2012 02:34:03 GMT until Mon, 15 Apr 2013 19:02:56 GMT
> > - Issuer: GeoTrust, Inc., US
> > - Fingerprint: <stuff>
> > As you can see, the dates are OK, and the CA is valid. Going to the same url in Safari and Firefox gives a valid SSL connection.
> > Does anyone have any suggestions?
> I had the same problem, and came up with the following solution:
> 1) go into KeyChain Access and find the root certificate that you need
> 2) select and ctrl-click for the submenu and choose: Export "foo" ...
> 3) switch the file format to "Privacy Enhance Mail (.pem)"
> 4) save the result into /Users/whatever/.subversion
> 5) edit /Users/whatever/.subversion/servers:
> ssl-authority-files = /Users/whatever/.subversion/foo.pem
> Note that if you need multiple CAs, then use the following format:
> ss-authority-files = /Users/whatever/.subversion/first.pem;/Users/whatever/.subversion/second.pem
> It is important that there are no spaces around the ";" and that it
> resides on a single line.
> Hope that helps,
Received on 2012-03-09 23:54:45 CET