Hello my friends,

I spent a lot of time with this stupid problem in ReviewBoard today, and 
finally got it doing the following:

What worked for me was 

   1. command "svn list <https repository URL>"
   2. access the folder "/home/<user>/.subversion/auth/svn.ssl.server/"
   3. copy the certificate (the file with lots of numbers and letters) to "
   4. change the owner of the file to "www-data" 
   5. restart the apache http server. 
   A lot of time lost with an action that should be documented at the 
   reviewboard's site. If you are running reviewboard as root (my case), step 
   4 is not necessary.

I really hope this helps you guys.

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