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error/problem with authentication on svnserve Solaris

From: LIEU-SONG Benh <blieu-song_at_generali.fr>
Date: 2007-03-13 11:48:47 CET


I've set up a subversion server on a Solaris 8 machine. My repository
works well and I can authenticate anonymously without problem, add
objects, check them out and so on.
When I try to authenticate through the use of built-in authentication,
it fails, and keeps asking for my password.

        $ svn list svn://ourserver.generali.fr/export/home/svn/refSVN/
--username benne
        Domaine d'authentification : <svn://ourserver.generali.fr>
GBPROD repository
        Mot de passe pour 'benne' : ********
        Domaine d'authentification : <svn://ourserver.generali.fr>
GBPROD repository
        Nom d'utilisateur : benne
        Mot de passe pour 'benne' : ********
        Domaine d'authentification : <svn://ourserver.generali.fr>
GBPROD repository
        Nom d'utilisateur : benne
        Mot de passe pour 'benne' : ********
        svn: Erreur d'authentification du serveur : Internal server
error in authentication

and I've checked, my passwd file is OK :

        ### This file is an example password file for svnserve.
        ### Its format is similar to that of svnserve.conf. As shown in
        ### example below it contains one section labelled [users].
        ### The name and password for each user follow, one account per

        benne = generali

I use the command line client on windows and Solaris. I also use
Tortoise SVN. It fails which each.

I've set up the same server on windows, and it works fine. As I'm not
the only one who have had the same problem on Solaris, so I believe this
is related to the environment.

If you have any idea, I would be very thankful ! but otherwise, I will
just set the repository for anonymous access as ssh doesn't seem to be
available here.


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