On Fri, Sep 10, 2010 at 13:12, Kai-Uwe Rommel <Rommel_at_ars.de> wrote:
> I am an admin supporting (developer) users using TortoiseSVN with a
> repository running on an Apache Server via SSL.
> Everything works fine with TortoiseSVN up to (and including) version 1.6.6
> but not with any newer version (1.6.7 up to the current 1.6.10).
> When we try to access the repository with TortoiseSVN 1.6.7 or newer,
> we get this error:
> Command : Checkout from https://svn.mks-inst.de/svn/test,
> revision HEAD, Fully recursive, Externals included
> Error : OPTIONS of 'https://svn.mks-inst.de/svn/test': SSL
> handshake failed: SSL error:
> Error : certificate verify failed (https://svn.mks-inst.de)
> Finished! :
> We use a certificate created by our own internal CA. It is perfectly OK
> as far as I can tell and access via Firefox and TortoiseSVN until 1.6.6
> works fine.
> I have searched all setting, docs and the Internet quite a lot but cannot
> find any hint what I should do.
> It looks like it (starting with 1.6.7) may need the CA certificate on the
> client which may make sense. But where should I store it? I can't find
> any documentation on this topic.
> Please let me know if you have any hint for me how to solve this.
> I am struggling with this problem already since 1.6.7 came out and
> get tired having to tell the developers to stick with 1.6.6 forever ...
I'm pretty sure this is an issue with the current release of Neon.
You'll have to wait until they release an update, then an updated
Tortoise which includes it. For now, use 1.6.6 since it works.
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Received on 2010-09-10 19:40:44 CEST