On 5/29/07, Remo Liechti <email@example.com> wrote:
> As far as I know Apache is always needed if you would like to
> authenticate in such a special way(LDAP, Domain or the like).
> If you run apache you also have the reposirtory available over http
> without a lot of effort, which is helpful if you do not have proper svn
> tools installed on other computers.
I am not sure you will always need Apache. I believe if you set up the
unix/linux system to authenticate against LDAP, you can then use svn+ssh://
access method to use subversion. I am not 100% sure about this, someone can
But I do agree that it is helpful to run Apache. If you want to setup a
repository browser, for example, then you need to run Apache anyway. So as
well use http:// access method.
> From: Geoffrey Devantier [mailto:Geoffrey.Devantier@derivco.com]
> Sent: Dienstag, 29. Mai 2007 15:38
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Authenticating SVN users with Windows domain
> Is it possible to allow users to use their domain logins without having
> to run Apache?
> Thanks in advance
Received on Tue May 29 21:25:36 2007