Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Mar 31, 2009, at 14:13, hessiess_at_hessiess.com wrote:
>> I have managed to get SVN working with Apache and HTTPS, by
>> folowing the
>> guide located at
>> (Im using Ubuntu).
>> however the repository is also available using plain HTTP. Is there
>> way to make SVN available only over HTTPS without disabling
>> listening on
>> port 80?
> Looking over those instructions briefly, it looks like their
> instructions state that you should put the <Location /svn/src> block
> inside the <VirtualHost *:443> block. This will cause the repository
> to only be available over https.
>> Also, if a browser is pointed at the svn repository's url it is
>> over the web, even though it is password protected, I would prefer
>> it if
>> this was not possible.
> Again, looking briefly at their instructions, their <Location> block
> includes the directive "Require valid-user". This will cause a
> password to be required.
> You may also wish to read the official documentation available at:
There is also this Apache directive:
I recommend these TortoiseSVN docs as a useful resource for configuring SVN:
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Received on 2009-04-02 13:53:26 CEST