> On 9/19/06, Samay <email@example.com> wrote:
>> > I get the exact same effect, except that I'm using mod_auth_kerb on a
>> > linux box. I don't have the configuration handy (it's on a completely
>> > stand-alone network), but I'll try and get the details tomorrow.
>> > -John
>> Ditto here, SSL(HTTPS) ... SVN 1.4.x binary on windows segfault all the
>> time when accessing repo. Conf snippet is as follows
>> AuthType Kerberos
>> KrbAuthRealms MY.FQDN
>> KrbServiceName HTTP
>> Krb5Keytab conf/svnhttp.keytab
>> KrbSaveCredentials on
>> KrbVerifyKDC on
>> KrbMethodK5Passwd off
>> KrbMethodNegotiate on
>> KrbAuthoritative on
> I'm unable to recreate this -- can anyone post more detailed info
> about the server? What OS and version of Subversion, Apache,
> mod_auth_sspi or whatever as well as any Apache config info? I don't
> have much kerberos knowledge and no kerberos setup to play with, so a
> simpler SSPI scenario that recreates the issue would be preferred if
> we can find one.
server .. Gentoo Linux, kernel 2.6.17 x86_64, gcc 4.1.1, glibc 2.4.3, Apache
2.0.58, mod_auth_kerb 5.0.R7, ssl enabled.
(if compiling mod_auth_kerb on Gentoo, pls note
https://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=148158 to make mod_auth_kerb work)
Windows Active Directory .. Win2k3 . native mode. to generate keytab file ..
follow instructions at http://www.grolmsnet.de/kerbtut/, with regards ktpass
usage and parameters
apache config snippet as above, along with relavent SSL cert etc..
it works (somewhat) with tsvn 1.4.0 & svn 1.3.2 win32 client as they are
build against neon 0.25.5 however svn 1.4.x win32 fails with message
accessing repository via https .. pops a message "application error"
"The instruction at "0x00000000" referenced memory at "0x000000000". The
memory could not be "read"."
I dont have a SSPI/win32 setup to test it with.
hope this helps .. if u need more details, do ask.
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Received on Tue Sep 26 22:12:28 2006