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Re: Re: Tortoise with NTLM Authentification and Subversion Repositories on Linux?

From: <karsten_at_gresch.de>
Date: 2006-07-27 08:45:58 CEST

>karsten@gresch.de wrote:
>> My question therefore is: Is there any way to enable the
>> authentification easily? That means, without the need of compiling
>> TortoiseSVN first? I couldn't find any documentation regarding how to
>> activate the authentification, so any hint that leads me blind out of
>> the darkness would be very appreciated.

Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn@gmail.com> wrote:
>No, you can't enable that automatic authentication without recompiling
>TSVN. But you could try a nightly build - there it's enabled.

Thanks very much, Stefan, I installed the nightly build (TortoiseSVN- and it works like a charme! As I cannot reproduce the problems related to neon and mod_sspi, I'll definitely use it and switch the repositories to NTLM.

>> PS: As http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/node/89 only points to neon
>> problems with mod_sspi, I optimistically assume that the problems
>> would rather depend on this module. So if you have any proven
>> experience that the problems mentioned also occur to happen with
>> mod_ntlm or even mod_kerb this would be very valuable information for
>> us, too...

>I don't know if those problems also apply to mod_ntlm or mod_kerb. If
>they have the same problems, you'll soon find out :)

:-) Then you guys'll get noticed :-D

Anyway, Tortoise is a marvellous client for this infamous OS, many thanks to you and the team!


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