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Per Directory/Repo Access Help

From: Paul <trooper_osg.g_at_ukonline.co.uk>
Date: 2007-11-08 14:51:43 CET

Dear All,

I've turned here, because 99% of NewsGroups/WebSites or Forums, all expect
you to have a PHD in knowledge about these things, and expect you not to be
a new person....

I've got a Repo set up on a Windows box, that does work, I have one repo
that I can access on a local network and a friend can access from the other
side of the world, now I would like to be able to add two more repo's with
projects on that only I want to have access, and idealy not even visible to
him when he views the repo via http. We are both using TortoiseSVN for
access from our PC's to the server, and the server is running Apache with
SVN version 1.4.3 (r23084).

At first (and this is how new I am to it) I was trying to configure the
access control files, and thinking [Calc:] in all the examples was a
command, then relaised that the example was a repo called [Calc:]...

So anyways, My Location section of httpd.conf and file I'm using to try to
control access are as follows.....

<Location /svn>
DAV svn
AuthzSVNAccessFile "C:\svn_conf\accessfile"
SVNPath "D:\Repositories"
AuthType Basic
AuthName "My Subversion Repository"
AuthUserFile "C:\svn_conf\passwd"
Require valid-user

user1 = rw
user2 =
user1 = rw
user2 =
user1 = rw
user2 = rw

I've tried all kinds of posibilities, I've had a 403 {Denied} a few times,
but I don't know what I did to generate that error, even time I get an
error, I just hash out the line accessing my accessfile so it works

Can anybody please put me in the right direction and/or explain how to set
this up and what it is doing....


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