Tim or Christian,
Do you know how where I can find the user name with which RB is
running as? What config file? I assume this is different than the user
name that is used to log into RB.
Currently, I have a different error:
HTTPS certificate not accepted. Please ensure that the proper
certificate exists in ~/.subversion/auth for the user that reviewboard
is running as.
So may be I can change this user name to my login user name, which can
access my SVN server.
On Jul 12, 9:21 pm, Tim Potter <metatr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 2009/7/10 Daniel <dkarn...@sbcglobal.net>
> > Christian,
> > Thank you for your reply.
> > The 1st option is not possible for us, since the SVN repository is
> > controlled by Collabnet.
> Not sure what you exact collabnet setup is, but if you can create a new
> certificate that collabnet can access and grant it the Observer fold you can
> run reviewboard quite nicely.
> Add some extra lines to the .subversion/servers file in the home directory
> like this:
> csd200a = *.csd200a.com
> ssl-client-cert-file = /var/www/.subversion/cert.p12
> ssl-client-cert-password = password
> http-proxy-host = proxy.whatever.com
> http-proxy-port = 8080
> This is on Linux - I have no idea about the details of Windows or the H:\
> drive problem sorry.
> For the 2nd option, can you please tell me how to use my user name to
> > access the SVN server (thru https)?
> If you export a copy of your certificate and point to it in your servers
> file it should work. The only problem is you need to either leave it
> unencrypted or specify the password in the servers file. Both are pretty
> bad ideas in general. Having a special reviewboard specific certificate
> with read-only access is slightly better.
> > Thanks
> > Daniel
> > On Jun 29, 5:21 pm, Christian Hammond <chip...@chipx86.com> wrote:
> > > Hi Daniel,
> > > From what I've seen, it seems tricky to get this to work right through
> > > Apache. What I'd strongly recommend, if possible, is to set a plain http
> > > repository for the path and use the https repository for the mirror path.
> > > The idea being that Review Board would just simply fetch the files from
> > the
> > > http repository and the mirror path would be what Review Board checks
> > when
> > > developers are posting changes for review.
> > > If you can't do this, then I think what you need to do is attempt to
> > access
> > > the server through https using your user and then move your .subversion
> > > directory into wherever Apache is trying to find it. You can probably set
> > an
> > > environment variable in the Apache configuration file (using SetEnv) to
> > > change this path.
> > > I'd like to make this easier in 1.1 or so. I know it's bitten a lot of
> > > people.
> > > Christian
> > > --
> > > Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
> > > Review Board -http://www.review-board.org
> > > VMware, Inc. -http://www.vmware.com
> > > On Mon, Jun 29, 2009 at 1:34 PM, Daniel <dkarn...@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> > > > Hi,
> > > > I am new to ReviewBoard 1.0 and trying to configure RB with SVN. I got
> > > > RB installed but when I try to create a new Review Request, it comes
> > > > back with an error:
> > > > "HTTPS certificate not accepted. Please ensure that the proper
> > > > certificate exists in H:\ /.subversion/auth for the user that
> > > > reviewboard is running as."
> > > > I don't have any idea why it is looking for a certificate on H:\. On
> > > > my system there is an environment variable HOMEDRIVE which is set to H:
> > > > \. I read somewhere that this might be caused by Apache home directory
> > > > points to a wrong place, but not sure where I can change this. I am
> > > > able to do all SVN operations outside ReviewBoard
> > > > Any clue?
> > > > Thanks
> > > > Daniel
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