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Problem with svnserve.conf

From: <debora_at_gsw.com.br>
Date: 2007-03-06 14:36:20 CET


I installed subversion in a Linux server and I'm using it with Tortoise. I
did a configuration to work with authz file as I show bellow:

#svnserve.conf file
anon-access = read
auth-access = write
password-db = passwd
authz-db = authz
realm = embraer

#authz file
gsw_desenv = rsilva
gsw_cord = debora

@gsw_cord = rw
* = r

#passwd file
rsilva = rsilva1
debora = dferrara1
valeria = valeria1

The problem is that users valeria and rsilva are allowed to commit files
and folders with Tortoise even if they don't have authorization to do it.
I think that svnserve.conf file is not recognizing authz file. All
configuration files are in the conf path of the repository.

I will appreciate some help.

Débora Mariana Ferrara
Coordenador de Projetos

( (12) 2139 -1746
( (12) 2139 -1791
* debora@gsw.com.br


Received on Sun Mar 11 00:18:01 2007

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