Thanks for offering help, I give you more detail now:
Yes, I am using svn 1.3.0 client.
Here is the location part of my httpd.conf
AuthName "Subversion Repository"
And I just notice I supplied a wrong info in my previous mail, the
access file should be like this:
Ie. everyone can read in root (/), but in /folder1, no one can read
except DOMAIN\USER1 who has rw access
With this setting,
You may successfully in doing: svn list http://mycomp/svn
But fail to: svn list http://mycomp/svn/folder1
If you rollback to the previous version of svn, and do svn list
http://mycomp/svn/folder1 again, it will prompt you for username and
password, and you could successfully list the folder after entered the
Let me (and other) know if you have the same problem, thanks. :)
On 2/2/06, Lieven Govaerts <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> based on what you describe here I cannot reproduce your problem.
> Can you show the contents of your httpd.conf ( the /svn Location )?
> What is the svn client version you're using? 1.3 as well?
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Kok Jer Min (Gmail) [mailto:email@example.com]
> > Sent: woensdag 1 februari 2006 6:42
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: Svn 1.3 command line with authentication problem
> > Can anyone confirm this is a bug or is there a fix for it?
> > I have svn repository setup and running with Apache HTTP and
> > Windows Domain Authentication. It work fine all this while
> > with command line or TortoiseSVN.
> > After I updated to svn to 1.3.0, I could no longer use
> > command line to access (list or commit) those folder in the
> > repository which require authentication, For eg. This is my
> > access file:
> > [/]
> > *=r
> > [/folder1]
> > *=r
> > DOMAIN\USER1=rw
> > I could do: svn list http://mycomp/svn
> > But could not do: svn list http://mycomp/svn/folder1
> > In the previous version of svn, when I list
> > http://mycomp/svn/folder1, it will prompt me for username and
> > password or I could use --username and --password. But it
> > won't work in 1.3.0. The error message I received is:
> > svn: PROPFIND request failed on '/svn/folder1'
> > svn: PROPFIND of '/test-repos': 403 Forbidden (http://mycomp)
> > However, I could still access to this folder via TortoiseSVN
> > repo browser as it will prompt me for u/p
> > Anyone have any idea or it is a bug in 1.3.0??
> > This is the version info on my apache:
> > Apache/2.0.55 (win32) DAV/2 SVN/1.3.0 mod_auth_sspi/1.0.3
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