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Re: option ssl-ignore-unknown-ca ignored?

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-12-06 17:51:49 CET

Marco Schulze <Marco@NightLabs.de> wrote on 12/06/2005 11:44:20 AM:

> my question is a bit off-topic as it concerns the behaviour of the
> normal svn client, but I hope, some of you are experts in that field,
> too, and might be able to help me.
> Before being able to use svnant, I need to check out the initial
> build-project which I do using the normal svn client:
> svn co --config-dir subversion --non-interactive --username nightly
> --password MYPASS
> https://ipanema.nightlabs.org/svn/main/trunk/NightlyBuild NightlyBuild
> This causes the following error:
> svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/main/trunk/NightlyBuild': Server certificate
> verification failed: issuer is not trusted
> No wonder, it's a self-signed certificate. I'd be very glad if I could
> suppress this with a simple parameter, but all that I found is the
> option "ssl-ignore-unknown-ca = true" for the config-file "servers".
> Hence, I create a config-file like this:

Where did you find that setting? I do not see it in the SVN book, or in
my sample servers file in my config folder.

It does appear to be a real setting though, as I Googled it and found



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