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Authentication with subversion and apache

 
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Hello Subversion with Apache experts,
I just installed Subversion1.6.6 and Apache2.2. I am not able to authenticate with the following configurations:

The conf/httpd.conf has the following lines:


And then I have created a file apachesvnpasswd as follows:


Now when I access my repository like this:

I get a dialog box for user name and password as expected. When I suppy user name and password it fails with this:

Why can It not find out my user name and password just create as shown above? Anything wrong? Is there some more settings I need to do?
Thanks.
T
 
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Resolved this issue by restarting the pc.
Thanks.
 
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T Rai wrote:Resolved this issue by restarting the pc.
Thanks.


For future reference, you need to restart the apache service whenever you change the httpd.conf file or any file it includes. Restarting the PC works too of course, but it's overkill.
 
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