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Re: What is the fix for bug 2486??

From: Ed snooper <edsnooper_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-08-31 16:58:43 CEST


OK... I think I found the problem:

If you use the workaround (mentioned before) you can see each project in the repository, but it only allows you to read the ones for which you have priv's, as in:

BUT, if you just grant subdir access (as from the accessControl.conf) then you have to explicity call just the project:

I installed svn 1.3.2 with apache 2.0.58/9 and mod_dav

I created a repository (repo1)

I added the following the httpd.conf:

<Location /repo1>
DAV svn
SVNPath c:\svn_repository\repo1
AuthzSVNAccessFile \apache\conf\accessControl.conf
Require valid-user
AuthType Basic
AuthName "Subversion repository"
AuthUserFile \apache\conf\passwd

I created the accessControl.conf as follows:

user1 = rw
user2 = rw

 user1 = rw
 user2 = rw

Then when I try to access the repository:

it gives me a 403 forbidden error, BUT if I grant read on root and revoke all to each subdir, and then grant to each user on each subdir, it works....

I need to do https://subversion.test.com/repo1/proj1


Garrett Rooney <rooneg@electricjellyfish.net> wrote: On 8/31/06, Ed snooper wrote:
> Thank You again Garrett,
> I have been pulling my hair out trying to get this to work.....It sure seems
> like the bug still exists.... it sounds like I should be able to do the
> below, but I get "forbidden":
> [repo1:/proj1]
> user1 =rw
> user2 = rw
> user3 = rw
> user4 =rw
> [repo1:/proj2]
> user1 =rw
> user2 = rw
> user3 = rw
> Ed

What exactly are you doing that gives you a forbidden response? I
just tried it here, and it seems to work...


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