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Re: [TSVN] Unable to commit using today's nightly

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-10-11 18:10:02 CEST

Norbert Unterberg wrote:

>>* Did you use any other nightly builds (built against Subversion 1.3)
>>before and it worked? Or is this the first time you're using a nightly?
> No, it is the first time I try a 1.3 nightly.
>>* Is your server on a windows or linux machine?
>>* Are you part of a windows domain?
> Windows, yes. We use mod_auth_sspi without problem.
> Ah, this could be an NTLM porblem since svn 1.3 uses the new neon lib. Maybe
> The Apache error log is full of messages like
> (OS 87)Falscher Parameter. : authentication failure for
> "/svn/repos/!svn/act/52b0b04e-e62a-c24a-a89a-68689f41f236": user
> unknown, reason: cannot generate context
> I might need to play around with SSPIOfferBasic and SSPIBasicPreferred
> settings, do you have more info on this topic?

When I tried it in our office, it worked out-of-the-box. Meaning I could
clear the auth cache and didn't have to provide username/password.

The error message "cannot generate context" could mean that your server
doesn't have access to the domain controller? Or your workstation isn't
part of the domain?

> However, this look like a subversion problem.

More a neon problem, I think. I just wonder why Subversion didn't fall
back to basic authentication when the sspi failed.

>>I'm currently rebuilding TSVN, that will take about an hour or so. After
>>that, I could send you a build of the CL client to try...
> Thanks, I will try tomorrow.

So should I sent it to you?


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