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Re: One client does not ask for password ....

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2006-01-03 19:18:45 CET

Chak <r_chakra@yahoo.com> writes:
> I have set up a SVN server based repository. In the 'conf' file i
> have made the appropriate settings so that all users can read but
> commit is authenticated for specific usernames/passwords. There are 8
> such clients set up using TortoiseSVN. However, one PC does not ask
> for the password when the commit is done there. Is there something
> that i might have missed ?

Hint: you'll get better responses if you show the actual contents of
the conf file, and a literal transcript of the behavior you're seeing,
contrasted with what you expect. More details, more verbosity. The
above is a good summary with which to start your question, but it's
not enough detail to actually help you.


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