kdesvn authentication failure

Started by Ningey, October 03, 2013, 12:37:10 AM

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I have set up a SVN server (via Apache), and when attempting to access it, everything initially looks fine - up to the point when I want to commit to a repository.
For some unknown reason kdesvn doesn't get the authentication right, and Apache returns an error 500 instead.

I have set up Apache for digest authentication, subsequently created the passwords with htdigest2 and also have Auth-Z path-based authentication (I have temporarily disabled the latter for testing, but the same error persisted), and even checking things with basic authentication failed.

On the client side I'm using kdesvn 1.6.0 and the Subversion server 1.7.13 for Apache2.

Any ideas on what could be going wrong here?

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If you still have issues: did you check if the apache user has write permission to the directory? And what does the log say?