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RE: Apache authentication

From: Lübbe Onken <l.onken_at_rac.de>
Date: 2004-02-27 17:03:46 CET

Hi Simon,

I'm struggling with this since a while too. We are running our subversion
server on a unix box.
I tried:
- NTLM authentication from apache against our windows domain -> works fine
in IE and Mozilla, but subversion clients don't seem to be able to
authenticate :-(
- SSPI is (to my knowledge) only available for apache on windows, so nothing
gained here.

I'm still stuck with my users in a .htaccess file. What I'll try next is
using apache's mod_auth_db (don't know the exact name). This way I can
create users via a web interface. Users can change their passwords too and I
don't have to create a real user on our server like I would have to do using

I wonder if somebody has already solved this problem?!?


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