On Monday, September 16, 2013 10:58:18 PM UTC+2, Narayan Putrevu wrote:

> Hello,
> I have new user, I did add his account using httpd, which is success.  Now 
> when the user trying to push he is getting  error (fatal: The remote end 
> hung up unexpectedly error: RPC failed; result=22, HTTP code = 401), when 
> I look at server logs it says access denied, when do I need to resolve 
> this.  We have other users successfully connecting and pushing.  the user 
> is using git shell extension to push.  Any help is greatly appreciated.  
> The server and clients are windows based.
 Running Git over httpd is non-trivial. Have you looked at running Gitblit? 
It supports HTTPS out of the box, and has user-management and access 
control built in:


If you still *want* to push to Git over http/Apache, please share your 
Apache config and any other relevant info, and tell us which guide you are 
following for the setup.

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