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I'm using Subversion and TortoiseSVN under Windows, connecting to a Linux webserver running svnserve. I have basic shell access to the Linux webserver.

I have a non-encrypted link working, i.e. I can connect via TortoiseSVN to:


However, I need to convert this to an encrypted link, e.g.:


I can't get it working: any ideas?

p.s. My client will accept nothing less than an encrypted link. Is it necessary? No. Do I need it? Unfortunately, yes.

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Would be good to give information on what you tried to make it work... – Alexandre Nizoux Mar 2 '10 at 8:26
up vote 2 down vote accepted

use mod_svn & mod_ssl: as easy as configuring an https host.

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