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Re: svnserve - Case sensitive username issue on Windows

From: Nathan Kidd <nathan-svn_at_spicycrypto.ca>
Date: 2006-03-02 18:39:25 CET

Philibert Pérusse wrote:
> Anybody got a work around to avoid svnserve to use case-sensitive
> usernames. On Windows, a user might login with PHILIBERT.PERUSSE or
> philibert.perusse or Philibert.Perusse without problems...
> But then the credentials would fail when connecting to svnserve
> repositories because the pass-db & authz files would only list
> "philibert.perusse"...

I'm using svnserve 1.2.3 + svnperms.py and have no problem with this. I
think your problem must be with authz authentication. The SSPI auth
module has a 'SSPIUsernameCase lower' directive to get around this. I
don't know about other methods.


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