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Re: I can't seem to get svnserver authorization to work

From: Rahul Bhargava <me_at_rahulbhargava.org>
Date: 2007-03-09 17:31:34 CET

The user credentials (user name/passwd) are cached by SVN client. It
will not prompt again
unless you initially specified --no-auth-cache or you specify a
different user name/password
using --username/--password

Jim Lynch wrote:
> I have a svnserve.conf file that looks like:
> ### Visit http://subversion.tigris.org/ for more information.
> [general]
> password-db = passwd
> realm = svnaccess
> I have a passwd file that looks like:
> [users]
> jim = xpasswordx
> I know that both files are being read because I had messed up both and
> svn told me about the errors. Now that I have no errors, svn works
> well. Too well. It doesn't bother to stop and ask me for my user/pw.
> See:
> svn co svn://machinea<DOMAIN>.com/svnlib
> A svnlib/trunk
> A svnlib/trunk/confdata
> A svnlib/trunk/confdata/proftpd.conf.skel
> ...
> I'm obviously missing something, can someone help? I followed the
> instructions at http://linuxgazette.net/128/ramanathan.html or thought
> I did. The SVN book was not very helpful in this case.
> The system is a remote system if that makes a difference.
> Thanks,
> Jim.

Rahul Bhargava
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