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Re: SSPI support in Linux

From: Min ZOU <zou.min_at_renesas.com>
Date: 2006-03-21 02:26:38 CET

Hi Sean,

On 3/20/2006 9:07 PM, Foy, Sean wrote:
>> If I install Subversion in Linux (say, Debian), is it possible to use
>> Windows Domain authentication through SSPI protocol?
> I've used mod_auth_sspi for this in the past. It was important at the time
> for us to be able to transparently authenticate MSIE users. By
> "transparently",
> I mean that the browser should authenticate the users without showing a
> login
> window of any kind.
> These days we use ordinary HTTP Basic authentication over SSL along with
> mod_auth_ldap. This allows users to authenticate using their AD accounts,
> but it doesn't provide "single sign on" in the sense that users must
> re-enter their credentials in order to use SVN.
> If Shirish's Kerberos option doesn't work out for whatever reason, then you
> might want to check out mod_auth_sspi.

As I saw from this page from TortoiseSVN document:

It seems mod_auth_sspi is no longer actively maintained. And more
importantly, there is only a built binary for Windows based Apache.

Do you know where to get a Linux version of mod_auth_sspi (seems
difficult to find)? Thanks!

I am using Apache v2.0.55 + Subversion 1.30 on Debian Linux.

Best Regards
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Received on Tue Mar 21 02:27:31 2006

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