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Re: Problem with subversion

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-04-20 00:58:17 CEST

On Apr 19, 2007, at 03:59, sonny wrote:

> I have decided for the svn solution on linux. This means, the
> repository can
> be accessed with:
> svn:host-name/path to repository. I have also created a directory
> structure
> and some password
> as it is described in your manual.
> The problem ist the following:
> My concrete repository has the url(Please keep that confidental):

FYI: users@subversion.tigris.org is a mailing list read by hundreds
of people and archived in several places on the Internet, so nothing
you say here is kept confidential; everything is public.

> However, as i'm at our university net this is equivalent to:
> svn://boende/svn/
> Both solution work BUT the fundamental difference is that in the
> first case,
> there is no need for a authentication at all, while
> the second solution works as intended: users have to enter user and
> pass in
> order to get r/w rights. I have no idea, why there is a differnt
> behaviour
> of the two urls. At the end of the mail, I append the conf file,
> just that
> you can see, everything is set up correctly.

I don't know why that would be. Are you sure the password hasn't just
been cached for you? Subversion usually does cache usernames and
passwords for you. Check the ~/.subversion/auth/ directory.

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