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Re: Autoverioning Advice Needed

From: Yves Martin <yves.martin_at_elca.ch>
Date: 2007-03-19 14:47:56 CET

On Thu, 2007-03-15 at 13:37 -0500, Brad Rhoads wrote:
> My guess is you won't be able to use SSPI under Linux, but it's just a
> guess.
> The issue is that without using SSPI, you'll need to add all your
> users to some other authentication data store That is if you care
> about getting the user info into the commit message, or if you just
> care about having authentication in general.

For a Linux server, the authentication with Kerberos (Negotiate or
SPNEGO over https) against an ActiveDirectory server is the solution.

For the moment, official win32 Subversion clients are buggy:
. SSO with Kerberos token is broken but it should be fixed soon.
. the http Basic user/password authentication works perfectly with AD
  and mod_auth_kerb

Hope this helps

Yves Martin
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Received on Mon Mar 19 14:48:27 2007

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