I have SVN installed and working fine through svnserver. I set it up as defaults and everything was fine until we discovered some problems with permissions.
To get round these we ran up svnserver again with default parameters - again all fine but now no one can commit 8^(
OK - opened up the permissions setting anon-access = write - GREAT ! now they can all commit but I've lost the author in the logs 8^((
So. Changed the conf to include the following :
store-auth-creds = yes
store-passwords = yes
anon-access = read
auth-access = write
password-db = password
realm = Retail2
The password file contains :
rtopshzs = fred
I have restarted svnserver, removed local .subversion directories to no avail - no one has access or is even ASKED for username/password.
Can someone PLEASE tell me what I am missing here.
We don't really want to set up apache ( i have no idea howto apart from anything else ) and we have no need for any tighter security. Just want multii-user access with an author on the commit