Re: Subversion authenticating to different domains
Using the authn_alias module works like a charm!!
Thanks a million!!
> "Augusto Alvarez" <augusto.alvarez82_at_gmail.com> wrote on 05/20/2008
> 04:37:45 PM:
> > Hello everyone,
> > I'm doing some research about subversion deployment with apache2 and
> > Active Directory. I had succesfully deployed a subversion installed on
> > openSUSE 10.3 x86, apache2 2.2.4-70 and authenticating with single
> > Active Directory... everything works great there.
> > But I haven't found yet the way to accomplish for the SVN server manage
> > authentication from two domains: I have two different domains
> > and domainB.com) and I want to achieve that my subversion could
> > any user from domainA.com and domainB.com... Basically I don't want to
> > users on domainA.com that actually belongs to domainB.com, just for
> > them to work on the same repositories.
> > Is that in anyway possible???
> Since you are using apache 2.2, look into using AuthnProviderAlias to
> LDAP parameters for each domain, then use those aliases to
> as a space separated list.
> WARNING: You can only perform a "require valid-user" in this case, because
> the alias functionality only works for authentication, NOT authorization.
> (require ldap-user username or require ldap-group groupname will not
> Apache 2.3/2.4 is changing the authentication stuff (again) and will
> help this situation.
> Kevin R.
Received on 2008-05-22 20:19:39 CEST
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