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Troubles with Apache 2, SSL and Subversion (Debian Etch)

From: Kalessin <louis.opter_at_free.fr>
Date: Sun, 20 Jan 2008 22:18:13 +0000


I'm in troubles for installing Apache 2 and Subversion on my Debian Etch
server (with SSL). My goal is to create a repository which I can access
from the web and use with Trac.

When I try to connect to subversion through https I get a 403 from
nowhere. And this in apache2/error.log :

[Sun Jan 20 12:07:34 2008] [error] [client XX.XX.XX.XX] Access denied: -
GET svn:/

My subversion repository (created with svnadmin) is in /srv/svn/corewar
and is handled by www-data (who run apache2).

I have tried and mixed several things in my Apache vhost to finally have
this :


Here is my enabled modules :

alias.load authz_default.load authz_user.load dav.load
dir.conf mime.load perl.load setenvif.load status.load
auth_basic.load authz_groupfile.load autoindex.load dav_svn.conf
dir.load mod_python.load php5.conf ssl.conf
authn_file.load authz_host.load cgi.load dav_svn.load
env.load negotiation.load php5.load ssl.load

I'm running out of ideas, :X

NB : I can access to https://corewar.kalessin.fr/ and display an index.

Louis OPTER, aka, Kalessin - Clef PGP : 0x58AA6712

Received on 2008-01-20 22:18:25 CET

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