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Re: Problem with username/password

From: Sascha Herpers <herpers_at_wiso.uni-koeln.de>
Date: 2006-07-24 13:02:45 CEST


> My guess is that the upgrade switched to some libraries that are incompatible
> with the ones that apache is using. You will be able to see more when you
> look at the apache logfiles.
> I can but guess though, since it is not clear whether you upgraded the client,
> the server or both. If you upgraded the client and suddenly can't contact a
> working server anymore that would probably be a bug.

I upgraded using "svn-1.3.2-setup.exe" from the Documents & Files
section of the subverions web site.

Looking at the error log files revealed only, that the windows logon
user in the form of <domain>\\<user> was automatically used. I deleted
%userprofiles%\program files\subversion to make sure, the password cache
was empty, but without any change. Calling "svn info <serverpath>" still
used the currently logged on user.

[I still could connect to my repository using TSVN, but I think that
software uses it's own libraries, right?]

The question is: why doesn't ask svn.exe for username and password?

[I don't know, if you need any other infos about my server/client
configuration to help me. If so, tell me please.]


    Sascha Herpers
    Universität zu Köln
    Seminar für Supply Chain Management und Produktion
    50923 Köln
    E-Mail: herpers@wiso.uni-koeln.de
    Tel.:   (0221) 4 70 - 37 40
    Fax:    (0221) 4 70 - 51 40
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