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Re: Unrecognized URL scheme

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2005-03-11 00:48:17 CET

Reuben Sivan wrote:
> I recently configured our svn server to https-only.
> My Windows-based clients (both tortoise and the svn command line) work
> fine
> with that, however my Linux-based svn client does not work:
> > svn co https://myserver/... (from Linux)
> Unrecognized URL scheme 'https://myserver/...'
> > svn --version (on windows)
> * ra_dav...
> - handles http...
> - handles https...
> > svn --version (on Linux)
> * ra_dav...
> - handles http...
> (no https)
> Does anyone know how to configure the client so it will associate ra_dav
> with https as well as http?

From Subversion's INSTALL file:

      The Neon library has support for SSL encryption by relying on the
      OpenSSL library. When Neon is created with this dependency, then
      the Subversion client inherits the ability to support SSL
      connections. Neon also has support for sending compressed data
      using the zlib library which a Subversion client can take
      advantage of.

      On Unix systems, if you are building neon as part of the Subversion
      build process (as described in section I.4 above), you can pass flags
      to Subversion's "./configure", and they will be passed on to neon's
      "./configure". You need OpenSSL installed on your system, and you
      must add "--with-ssl" as a "./configure" parameter. If your OpenSSL
      installation is hard for Neon to find, you may need to use
      "--with-libs=/path/to/lib" in addition. In particular, on Red Hat
      (but not Fedora Core) it is necessary to specify
      "--with-libs=/usr/kerberos" for OpenSSL to be found. The zlib library
      is included in Neon by default, but you can also specify a path to the
      library using "--with-libs". Consult the Neon documentation for more
      information on how to use these parameters and versions of libraries
      you need.


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