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RE: Trying (failing) to limit access to one user

From: Bob Archer <Bob.Archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2011 09:23:14 -0400

> > Perhaps
> >
> > [/]
> > ~jon = rw
> Nope. jon still able to check out the entire repository tree.
> So far, it seems that the only rules that make any difference are
> "* ="
> and "$authenticated =". These give everybody access. Without one of
> these present, nobody has access. And now I can add "~anyname =" to
> that
> list.
> Using "anyname =" doesn't seem to have any effect at all on access.
> It
> certainly doesn't grant any access to anyname.
> This is why I mentioned in my OP that I thought this might be me
> misunderstanding the meaning of "anonymous access" in this context.

What authentication method are you using? I'm guessing while *= works but "jon=" (or other user names) doesn't that isn't the full user name that svn sees. If you look at your log are the usernames the ones you are expecting and putting into the authz file?

Received on 2011-04-28 15:23:48 CEST

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