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Re: Authorization failed, not Authentication

From: Ulrich Eckhardt <eckhardt_at_satorlaser.com>
Date: 2006-07-20 09:54:37 CEST

On Wednesday 19 July 2006 22:16, David Croxford wrote:
> I previously posted with "Authentication failed" and it was actually
> "Authorization failed"

So? Seriously, if you want to add information to another mail you sent then
you should reply to that very mail. Otherwise, it is impossible to find the
mail you are referring to, unless you search manually. BTW, talking about
netiquette, you shouldn't mail in HTML to public mailinglists.

> I looked at the files on the conf directory over and over. I'm just
> lost. I have both types of users set to have write access. My name and
> password are in the passwd file. My name is in the authz file with rw
> rights. It reads the correct svnserv.conf file because it shows the
> realm name I setup.

...and then something goes wrong. But what? And how did you expect it to
behave? And what exactly(!) did you do? What is the content of said


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