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Re: access denied - but shouldnt be?

From: will wade <willwade_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-06 10:11:56 CEST

It is indeed the latest build 1.3.2 compiled from source with the apache2
setup included. The only thing missing from the build was berkeleydb.
The OS being used on the server is SuSE 9 and the clients are a variety: mac
10.3.7 and linux
Also just so you know svn is running as a user svnowner (group svnusers) and
all files are owned by svnowner

any ideas??

w

On 05/09/06, Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c@ryandesign.com> wrote:
>
> On Sep 5, 2006, at 18:35, will wade wrote:
>
> > Imagine two projects (actually more than two)
> >
> > /usr/local/svn/project_a
> > /usr/local/svn/project_b
> >
> > Both have a svnserve.conf file exactly the same:
> >
> > password-db = /usr/local/svn_conf/passwd_svn.txt
> > authz-db = /usr/local/svn_conf/user_access_svn.txt
> > realm = projects
> >
> > passwd_svn.txt:
> >
> > [users]
> > will = test
> > bob = test
> > george = test
> >
> > user_access_svn.txt:
> >
> > [/]
> > * = r
> >
> > [project_a:/usr/local/project_a]
> > @developers = rw
> > @everyone = r
> >
> > [project_b:/usr/local/project_b]
> > @developers = rw
> > @everyone = r
> >
> > [groups]
> > developers = will,bob
> > everyone = @developers, bob
> >
> > Now when I try and import I cant. I get a access denied and thats it
> > even if I try import --username will it fails.
> >
> > If however I turn * = r into * = rw I can import, check in etc with
> > no problems.
> > Any ideas what the heck Im doing wrong? Im wasting days on trying
> > to fix this?!
>
> Are you using at least Subversion 1.3.2? If not, upgrade.
>
> What OS is being used for client and server?
>
>
>
>
Received on Wed Sep 6 10:15:03 2006

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