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Re: log in svn repo with browser

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006Q1_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-03-29 16:09:56 CEST

On Mar 29, 2006, at 15:46, Fabrizio Bottino wrote:

>> i just installed subversion on a linux OS and set it up with users
>> and passwords, created repository
>> when i try access it, i can't log on it, failure, and in
>> webbrowser i get the html header "forbidden"
>> i've included loadmodule directives and a location directive, with
>> basic authentification option,
>> but always get the login failure how could is olve this ?
> you can't use a WEB browser to browse a SubVersioN repository
> you have to use a subversion client
> For example with TortoiseSVN use repo-browser
> or with shell client
> $ svn list http://hostname:port/path/to/repository

Fabrizio, of course you can use a web browser to browse a Subversion
repository, if it's being served with Apache2.

Jay, you should probably post the relevant portions of your config
files, as it's difficult to suggest a fix for this otherwise. Check
also if your Apache error log says anything helpful.

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