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Re: Subversion for worldwide use with windows and Unix based clients

From: Dave Pawson <dave.pawson_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-09-08 20:12:18 CEST

On 08/09/05, Friedman, Brad <Brad.Friedman@disa.mil> wrote:
> I have a Win 2003 Server running Apache 2.0.54 and SVN 1.2.1. I have no
> experience with setting up an Subversion server. I believe I have the
> repository installed correctly. How would I go about setting up a secure
> server that would allow logins from unix and win clients. Would I have to
> use SSL SSPI?.

<caveat newbie speaking/>
Apache setup (mine was on Linux) followed exactly what I read in 'the book'.
IIRC the Windows Apache setup is nearly identical, excepting the location
of the configuration files.
I've set up apache on windows 2000 without any problems. Check out the
Apache documentation; there's lots on secure access there.

I'm happily accessing it via password protection (I selected one from a number
offered in the book) from both clients.

I guess it's as secure as Apache?
  Since an aweful lot of secure data is held secure by Apache,
I guess it should be good enough for most of us?

Dave Pawson
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