Re: Subversion access control
From: Thorsten Schöning <tschoening_at_am-soft.de>
Date: Tue, 19 Jul 2011 13:08:11 +0200
Guten Tag Andy Canfield,
>  Why does it ask for the password for "andy", then ask for a user
The svn client first tried the last used user or your current username
>  What is an authentication realm?
It's some some string to show you to which repository you want to
realm = Repo XY
>  Why does it talk about STORING my password, when as far as I know
The svn client ca store your password for convenience.
>  Why doesauthentication fail?
The passwd file could not be read or you provided the wrong password.
>  Why does authentication fail immediately afer the first time?
Same like .
>  I now have an entire directory tree named ".subversion" in my home
Unlikely, in this directory the client stores auth credentials etc.
>  The repository was created by svnadmin create ... which has to be
If you mean access in the svn-way, than now, everyone in passwd can
Mit freundlichen Grüßen,
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