On Tuesday, April 9, 2013 4:39:30 PM UTC+2, guillaume pfeiffer wrote: > Hi everybody, > > I try to configure GIT for sharing sources on a collaborative development > platform. > > For this plateform I must use https protocole for transfert. I find the > solution to use the git-http-backend and a apache server for this feature. > I also have a certificate for my virtual machine which host repositories. > > I managed to configure the proxy for this but i have a problem with the > SSL certificat when i try to clone my repository : > > error: SSL certificate problem, verify that the CA cert is OK. Details: > error:14090086:SSL routines:SSL3_GET_SERVER_CERTIFICATE:certificate verify > failed while accessing > > I tried to configure the sslcainfo to configure the path of my certificat > on the host and on the virtual machine where i try to clone. > > Is that the git-http-backend can work with https? And have you an idea on > the configuration needed to clone a repository with https? > > If all else fails, you could try the repository manager Gitblit<http://gitblit.com>, as it supports https out of the box, and has documentation on how the certificates are to be configured: http://gitblit.com/setup.html
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