I am setting up a server for a small office. Due to technical difficulties, they had files disappearing constantly. In order to prevent this, I am setting up Apache with Autoversioned Subversion over WebDAV. The server is running Fedora 10 (PPC). I can connect to the server from any Mac in the office, but I get permission errors when I try to save a file. Here is the relevant part of my
<Directory "/var/yearbook/svn"> Order allow,deny Allow from all </Directory> <Location "/"> DAV svn SVNPath /var/yearbook/svn/ SVNAutoversioning on ModMimeUsePathInfo on </Location>
I can manipulate files from the server, but I get permission errors when I try to save from a Mac. I tried following these instructions, but to no avail. Even when they were enabled, the Mac still created the
.DS_Store file. What really bothers me is that it will create a file I told it not to, but refuses to create a file I explicitly save.
A quick look in my error log shows many of these messages:
(2)No such file or directory: Anonymous lock creation is not allowed. [401, #405]
Everyone needs access to the same things, so I am running the server without authentication. Do you think that this could be the problem?