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same repository using http & https

From: Robin Becker <robin_at_reportlab.com>
Date: 2004-06-09 22:49:57 CEST

What Apache config do I use for

http://host/svn/public world readonly
https://host/svn/public developer writable

http://host/svn/private invisible
https://host/svn/private developer readable/writable

I'm using the following and it fails to allow a valid login.

in httpd.conf
<Location /svn/public>
         DAV svn
         SVNPath /svn/public
                 Order deny,allow
                 deny from all

in the ssl.conf
<Location /svn>
         DAV svn
         SVNParentPath /svn
         AuthzSVNAccessFile /HTTPD/etc/svn_access
         Satisfy Any
         AuthType Basic
         AuthName "Subversion Repository"
         AuthUserFile /HTTPD/etc/passwd
         Require valid-user

I can check out public anonymously using http, but not using https.
I get requested for a password, but although it's the right one I don't
get authenticated. If I remove the section in httpd.conf I can checkout
using https, but then obviously I can't use http.

Can I only have one /svn location? What am I doing wrong?

Robin Becker
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Received on Wed Jun 9 22:51:09 2004

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