Thanks for your reply. Yes, I am using "svn://" because my TortoiseSVN is on a different machine. Can you tell me how to tell the service to log on as the specific user that I give read/write access? I look at the options for svnserve.exe but I don't see one?
Frank Gruman <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I think it hard to give you a complete answer here:
1. Not using apache - does that mean you are using svn:// or file://
for repository access? There would be some differences here. FWIW, I
don't think you will get two separate prompts (one OS, and another
repository) from Tortoise. Setting something up like that just sounds
messy to me.
2. If you are using file:// access, then I believe this is true for
anyone you want to allow to use the system. If you are using svn://
access, then you can make the repository read/writable by your single
user, and then tell the service to log on as that specific user.
Betty Li wrote:
> I have set up SubVersion on my Winodows 2000 as a service (no Apahce
> here). Then I created a repository and modified the svnserver.config
> file to use my own passwd file. I tried to checkin/out files and it
> works fine. But I have the following questions (I am not useing SSH here):
> 1. When I checkin/out files from another machine using TortoiseSVN, I
> am not asked for any windows login/password. I am only asked for the
> user/password in my Subversion passwd file. How can I make sure that
> the TortoiseSVN asks for a windows login first (or this is impossible?)
> 2. On the server side, I will have to make the directory of my
> repository fully accessible (read/write/modify) for EVERYONE. Ideally
> I would like to create a seperate windows user and only allow the
> Subversion client to login as this user. How to do this?
> Thanks a lot for your reply
Received on Thu Jun 16 23:07:38 2005