What I thought my question was...

If my repos are in /var/git (ie /var/git/project.git and 
/var/git/project2), shouldn't Apache have been able to to serve that 
directly from my configuration? It didn't. The only way to make it work was 
to create the symlink /var/git => /var/www/html/var/git

That just seemed to be wrong.

The other issue - not addressed in the first question was that Apache would 
just provide access regardless whether the user was in the .htpasswd file 
or not and thus authentication didn't work and I thought I followed the 
directions. I am not back at work until tomorrow however.


On Sunday, November 9, 2014 10:14:45 AM UTC-7, Konstantin Khomoutov wrote:
> On Fri, 7 Nov 2014 13:03:08 -0800 (PST) 
> Craig White <white...@gmail.com <javascript:>> wrote: 
> > My final target is actually https and likely using mod_authz_ldap but 
> > I am doing baby steps. This is an RHEL 6.5 box 
> [...] 
> > Configuration that is working looks like this but it is clumsy - what 
> > am I doing wrong? 
> [...] 
> You did not tell what your immediate target it and what precise 
> symptoms of it not being achieved are -- I mean, what Git commands you 
> run, what are their expected outcomes, how they fail instead what are 
> error messages on the Git and Apache side etc. 
> Instead you've just presented one bit of Apache configuration. 
> I fail to see a problem statement and a question. 

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