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Re: Usernames with @ in them break groups in AuthzSVNAccessFile redux

From: Branko Čibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2006-03-19 21:16:24 CET

Jonathan Williams wrote:
> Hi, I've asked about this on the users list but I didn't get any
> responses other than "works for me". I need to have usernames of the
> form user@domain.edu since I am using mod_auth_kerberos with apache to
> authenticate repository users. Groups break in this example -- it
> looks like they are being parsed wrong:
>
>
> jcw9 = jcw9@ORLY.EDU
> testgroup = @jcw9 test@ORLY.EDU
> [/misc/test1]
> * =
> @testgroup = rw
>
> ----
>
> [Mon Mar 13 11:58:27 2006] [error] [client 128.122.226.112] Failed to
> load the AuthzSVNAccessFile: An authz rule refers to group 'jcw9
> test@ORLY.EDU', which is undefined
> [Mon Mar 13 11:58:27 2006] [error] [client 128.122.226.112] Access
> denied: 'jcw9@ORLY.EDU' GET svn:/misc/test1
>
> Switching the order of the testgroup line (`testgroup = test@ORLY.EDU
> @jcw9`) still gives an access denied but without the
> 'AuthzSVNAccessFile' error.log entry.
>
>
> If anyone would care to offer suggestions on figuring out the cause of
> this, I'd appreciate it. My system is Mac OS 10.4.5 and Darwinports
> packages for apache and svn.
Shouldn't the group members be separated by commas, not whitespace?

-- Brane

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