Mladen Mihajlovic [H] wrote:
> Could you please explain what you did to get SSL and LDAP working on
> your system? I just joined the mailing list and cannot find any of the
> posts that you were referring to.
just add to your apache2 config file (httpd.conf) a section like this:
AuthName "Subversion Repository"
[no break after AuthLDAPURL]
I got the settings for active directory from this link:
The SVNParentPath means you have all repositories in the /opt/repos
path. If you want to specify a single repository you will have to use
the SVNPath parameter as described at
In the access.conf file there is the following very trivial to start:
* = rw
which means everyone (authorized) can read and write in every repository
in all paths. Just for testing, I will do some finer fragmentation of
user access rights later. Look also at the above link for description.
Verify that the following modules are present in your apache2 config file:
LoadModule authz_svn_module modules/mod_authz_svn.so
LoadModule ldap_module modules/mod_ldap.so
LoadModule auth_ldap_module modules/mod_auth_ldap.so
try this to get working on your repository. After you verified your
configuration and so the authorization works, just add https as it is
described in the apache documentation.
I added the following to the httpd.conf file to enable HTTPS:
using the default server certificate files provided by the Redhat
distribution. I will update them to pass the requirements of our server,
since the default cert refers to localhost etc.
Hope that helps...
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Received on Mon Apr 26 11:04:46 2004