On 05/19/11 00:32, Raviraj wrote:
We have created a new repo and want to enable http access for the
repos.

I have added the following in the httpd.conf file.


<Location /git/repos>
      DAV on
      AuthType Basic
      AuthName "Git"
      AuthUserFile /etc/git-auth-file
      Require valid-user
   </Location>

Also, I have configured git-auth-file.
When I type http://server/git/repos in a browser it asked for password
then nothing came up.
Also, I am not able to access it with GIT installed on my windows
machine.

Look into the smart http backend. I found it rather easy to get up and running with just a little Google-ing.


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