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Re: Accessing SVN repository via Apache and SSL client certificate? Almost there, but something is missing.

From: Christoph Anton Mitterer <cam_at_mathematica.scientia.net>
Date: 2005-05-11 19:05:45 CEST

I have the same problem. Has it been alredy solved?

I'm using about the same Apache Configuration as you, Ralph. But as I
told,... I got the same error message when using the SVN client. With
Firefox & Co. everything works find.

Perhaps off topic but I've got another question:
Currently I'm using a combination of SSL Client Certificate and AuthType
Basic.
But the client certificate shows the server only if the client has
general access to it (as far as I understood).
I alwas need the AuthType Basic in conjunction with an user-password
file to be able to use AuthzSVNAccessFile.
Is it possible to ask for a Certificate Name/eMail etc. within the
AuthzSVNAccess file?

Regards,
Christoph Anton Mitterer.

Ralph Seichter wrote:

>Phillip Susi wrote:
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>
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>>It is a bug in SVN and should be reported. Specifically the SVN
>>client chokes when the server requests a client certificate after
>>the initial handshake.
>>
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>
>Well, if there is a consensus that it is a bug, I think I shall have
>to spend some time with the SVN issue iracker.
>
>
>

Received on Wed May 11 21:21:06 2005

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