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Re: svnserve, sasl and windows authentication

From: Purple Streak <mrpurplestreak_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Fri, 5 Sep 2008 22:27:33 +0100

> 1. Yes. I have saslGSSAPI.dll built and working with svnserver
> and MIT Kerberos, which allows a Windows domain user to
> authenticate to a svnserve repository using GSSAPI.

Cool - so I assume you built the saslGSSAPI yourself from the MIT
stuff or is their a download available from somewhere? And do you
have a sample svn.conf file to configure cyrus sasl?

> 2. It's... complicated. There's similar discussion on the Tortoise
> list. To get saslGSSAPI.dll to build you need MIT Kerberos
> installed, and you need to tweak Cyrus SASL to link against MIT
> rather than cybersafe. It isn't terribly difficult, but it's not
> stock.

In what way does cyrus need "tweaking"? is it just config?

Thanks :)

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