On 05.10.2012 00:35, Joseph Giampapa wrote:
> I am a big fan of TSVN, and would like to upgrade to the 1.7 client for use with my organization's 1.6 servers. Unfortunately, the most recent version of TSVN that I can use is 1.6.16, Build 21511 - 64 Bit, 2011/06/01 19:00:35. The reason is that my organization requires that TSVN use Kerberos to authenticate with its servers, and the latest TSVN 1.7 does not support it.
> TSVN 1.7.9, Build 23248 - 64 Bit, 2012/08/30 18:25:37
> Error Unable to connect to a repository at URL
> Error '<url>'
> Error OPTIONS of '<url>': authorization
> Error failed: Could not authenticate to server: GSSAPI authentication error:
> Error (<url>)
> Before sending this message, I did the checklist at http://tortoisesvn.net/reportbug.html:
> * Issue not addressed in the Changelog
> * I do not load from nightly builds
> * There was mention of this in the mailing list archive, but no follow-up.
> 2012-03-13 Dariush Pietrzark: Is there any chance of GSSAPI/Kerberos authentication working again with newer TortoiseSVNs?
> 2012-03-13 Konstantin Kolinko: It is a different question. I'll let somebody else to answer this.
> Nobody did.
> * No mention of this in the issue tracker.
> * This error does not generate a crash report.
> Is there hope, or has GSSAPI/Kerberos not been supported for lack of user community request?
the neon lib has problems with GSSAPI, but serf should work.
TSVN is linked with both of those DAV libraries, you can configure which
one to use here:
Settings dialog->Network->Subversion server file->Edit
at the bottom of that file, find
http-library = neon
and change that (or add it if it's missing) to
http-library = serf
then save the file.
now TSVN (and all other svn clients) will use the serf library.
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Received on 2012-10-05 20:42:21 CEST