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svn/apache secure access.... md5/passwd

From: bruce <bedouglas_at_earthlink.net>
Date: 2004-09-22 22:06:29 CEST

hi...

in trying to setup svn/apache for restricted access user/passwd... i have a
question about the htpasswd app/svn/apache.

if i create a md5 user/passwd in the svnpasswd file, i can do a:

->[root_at_lserver2 svn]# svn list http://192.168.1.52:82/svn --username
test --password test1
->foo/
->mytest/

and get the correct output as indicated above.

if i create a plaintext user/passwd for the svnpasswd file, then i can't
seem to access/login to the repository via apache...

this leads me to believe that it's the issue with the plaintext passwd in
the file. so i'm curious, is there some way of forcing the svn mod, or
configuring the svn section of the httpd config file to go ahead and use
plaintext passwds.....???

thanks

-bruce

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