Re: Problem with SVN & Windows
Thanks it helped
Right know I don' understand what I was thinking
Lieven Govaerts schrieb:
> I don't really understand what you're trying to do in the authz file,
> so let's try to see what's going wrong there.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Norbert Thek [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>> I'm using svnserver under Windows
>> so far so good
> You're using svnserve, so that means you have one authz per repository.
> The authz file contains a section per folder in your repository for
> which you want to specify the access rights.
>> The problem is, that I cannot authenticate my user?
>> I think I have an error in my authz file
>> theMasters = user1
>> user1 = rw
>> user1 = rw
>> @theMasters = rw
>> Is there some more detailed example or description of the
>> authorization file?
> The correct syntax would be ( example access rights )
> theMasters = user1
> admins = admin1, admin2
> [/] # <- root folder of your repository
> * = r
> @admins = rw
> [/da] # da subfolder in your repository
> @theMasters = rw
>> I also post my svnserve.conf file, probalby my error is here
>> anon-access = read
>> auth-access = write
>> password-db = passwd
>> authz-db = authz
> If you want to specify access per folders with the authz file, put this in
> your svnserve.conf:
> anon-access = none
> auth-access = write
> You cannot use anonymous access when using authz! You have to give users
> read rights on the root of your repository of you want to allow them write
> access somewhere deeper in the repository ( bug in svnserve 1.3 )!
> Hope this makes thing a litte bit more clear,
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