Bil Simser wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I'm running subversion and had it configured to work from behind a
> firewall to pull down from repositories on the net. I did this by
> modifying the "servers" file in my application data folder and added
> the two following lines:
> http-proxy-host = myProxyName
> http-proxy-port = 8080
> This worked fine for getting files from repositories on the internet
> (in fact, I had to do this in order to get it to work).
> Recently we're trying to get Cruise working and I had to change our
> internal subversion server from https to http. I was having problems
* your proxy doesn't know DAV requests and filters them out (proxies
can't filter https traffic because its encrypted, but they do so with
* your proxy requires NTLM authentication - NTLM is only enabled for
https connections, not http connections.
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Received on 2008-08-21 18:03:02 CEST
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