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Re: Maddening SSL certificate problem

From: Julian Foad <julianfoad_at_btopenworld.com>
Date: 2003-12-08 20:57:12 CET

Jens B. Jorgensen wrote:
> Michael Sperber wrote:
>> Like some others, I have to say "y" multiple times every time I use
>> Subversion, for answering
>> Error validating server certificate: Certificate expired or not yet
>> valid. Accept? (y/N): y
>> I've tried setting "ssl-authorities-file" (and, by truss, it's getting
>> read), and that doesn't work.
>> I have to admit that I created the server certificate myself, after a
>> lengthy trial-and-error session with the relevant docs, so the
>> problem could be there as well.
>> If there's a for-dummies guide on setting up
>> Apache-over-SSL-for-Subversion, or anyone could help with this, it
>> would be very much appreciated.
> Unfortunately though the Book says otherwise "ssl-authorities-file" is
> now replaced by "ssl-authority-files" which is supposed to be a
> semi-colon-seperated list of authority files. That should solve your
> problem.
> (I submitted a patch to fix the doc Nov. 7 but it hasn't made it in yet.)

I've gone and found your patch and committed it in r7958. Thanks for that.

- Julian

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