Tortoise svn error validating server certificate
The Subversion development community cares deeply about its stability and robustness.Subversion has been in development since 2000, and became self-hosting after one year.Certificate information: - Hostname: svn.- Valid: from Fri, GMT until Mon, GMT - Issuer: ANISSUER, DE - Fingerprint: 37:7d:6a:a7:e9:4c::fe::ab:bb:71:6c::4d:72:0d A friend (who was too lazy to write the answer here) hinted me that the root certificates in Mac OSX are stored in the keychain and suggested two different ways around the problem.In order to make openssl library (used by svn) to locate them, you need to manually export them and store them in .There is some bug in some old version of Apache that makes "renegotiation" of certificate difficult. I do not know for Windows (so I should not post...) but my solution under debian has proved useful, and can maybe be ported on Windows: I use svn not under usual https port(443), but under a dedicated port in my case https://.fr:5989/svn/trunk... Anyway, i did not try with certificates and accepted a crypted password solution, but it could work with certificate, as the fact of changing of port may eliminate the need for "renegotiation". In that case you need to find out, what user and group is this process running under.✔ SVN 1.5.1 ✔ UBUNTU 9.10 ✔ most subversion versions ✔ most Linux distros ✔ likely will also work under other OS’s 💡 REMARK If you have your problems for the different reason, this howto probably won’t help you.
Also, as you make changes to your Apache setup, it is likely that somewhere along the way a mistake will be made.I have faced the annoying problem that for unknown reasons I got a security exception when accessing the subversion repository for one of my Google Code projects.This used to work before, but maybe the server has been changed.Copyright © 2011 The Apache Software Foundation, Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0.Apache, Apache Subversion, and the Apache feather logo are trademarks of The Apache Software Foundation.