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Re: Not authorized

From: ึฃะยะว <zhengxinxing_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-15 12:46:15 CEST

2006/9/14, Christian Foerg <christian.foerg@alfavision.de>:
> svnserve.conf:
> anon-access = read
> auth-access = write
> password-db = passwd
> authz-db = authz
> realm = alfa
> passwd:
> [users]
> foerg = something
> authz:
> [groups]
> alfa = foerg
> [/]
> @alfa = rw
> * = r
> [/Libs]
> @alfa = rw
> * = r
> [/Header]
> @alfa = rw
> * = r
> [/Source]
> @alfa = rw
> root = r
> * =
>
> Everything on the authentification works just perfect except:
> (I use RapidSVN from Windows)
> If I try to checkout the directory "/Source", at logged-in state, of
> course.
> I get the error message "Not authorized to open root of edit operation".
> If I set "* = r" it works. But i'dont want everyone to checkout the
> sources.
>

change your svnserve.conf:

    from
        anon-access = read
        auth-access = write

    to
        #anon-access = read
        auth-access = write

    or

        anon-access = none
        auth-access = write

I got the same error several days ago. See
http://subversion.tigris.org/servlets/ReadMsg?listName=users&msgNo=54699
I guess may be it is a bug.

2006/9/15, Thomas Hemmer <themmer@go-engineering.de>:
> Christian,
>
> simply omit the line
>
> * =
>
> within the [/source] section, and it should work fine.

Delete "* =" within the [/source] section cannot work.
The only solution in my system is to get rid of the anonymous read
from svnserve.conf. Did I miss something?

Thanks

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