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svn and accepting the SSL certificate permanently

From: Terence Lo <tlo_at_gap.ca>
Date: 2007-04-10 16:18:09 CEST


The certificates on my svn server recently expired so I created new
certificates and all seems to be good on that end.
Because of the new certificate, the first time I run 'svn update' on
a client, the command line will prompt me with a warning asking if I
would like to
(R)eject or accept (t)emporarily or (p)ermanently the new certificate.

I can permanently accept the new certificate on one of my development
machines (cool!), but am unable to do so on another machine.

On the other machine, it only presents me with two options:

(R)eject or accept (t)emporarily.

Is this a permissions issue with my ssl certs file? Do I need to
delete the old one? If anyone has run into this problem before and
knows how to solve it,
I'd greatly appreciate it.

Thanks for your help!


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