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Setting up mod_authz_svn with mod_auth_apple?

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Feb 28, 2013 11:54 AM

I'm trying to implement path based access for SVN. Everything works fine if I use htpasswd to keep track of accounts. But I want to integrate with Open Directory so team members can easily change their password. However, mod_auth_apple doesn't seem to expose itself as an authn provided so authz_svn doesn't pickup that it could use it for authentication (I get a error in the apache logs saying "No Authn provider configured.").

 

I know Open Directory is available through ldap but mod_authn_ldap doesn't come with the stock Apache version installed on Mac OS X server. I'm assuming there's some way to get this to work if authz_svn is included in the stock distribution (but I may be giving Apple too much credit). Has anyone got this worrking without having to use a custom build of Apache?

 

Thanks,
kwasi

Mac OS X (10.6)

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