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Re: Windows client authentication at plain Linux svn server

From: Thomas Harold <tgh_at_tgharold.com>
Date: 2007-06-21 05:09:45 CEST

Uhlig, Roman Knuepfer Verlag wrote:
> After reading the subversion book, FAQ and other docs I still have a
> problem related with a particular way of authentication. This is the
> setup:
> - Subversion server is running as a daemon on Linux
> - SVN clients (Subclipse and TortoiseSVN) are running on several Windows
> machines
> - Linux and WIndows machines are running in a safe intranet, so there is
> no need for ssh or apache

One reason to use SSH - the ability to port-forward from the firewall to
the SSH server on the SVN box. Allowing you to get access to the SVN
repository from outside without dealing with VPNs. If you never do
development work while on the road (i.e. no laptop users), then it may
not matter.

(SSH authentication is pretty simple if you're already running a Linux
server. I'll admit that I'm also a bit gung-ho about using SSH as
opposed to the other methods.)

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