Can't seem to log into the Tortoise Repository Browser or make any write changes locally. Only read access works.
Our RHEL 6.5 linux box has subversion installed. Our svnserve.conf is configured as such:
anon-access = read auth-access = write
Our subversion repo is located at /data/svn/repo. Its user/group is subversion:subversion.
The linux users all have SSH keys to log onto the box. We can all read from the repo, we just can't make any changes. The error we get is
data/svn/repo/format - file permission denied
How can we setup svn+ssh:// from a local machine onto the subversion server. We are using TurtoiseSVN. I tried svn+ssh://HOSTNAME/data/svn/repos and gives the same file permission denied error.
How can we commit changes locally when logged onto the server itself.
I've tried setting it up according to this article but it doesn't seem to work or I'm not understanding it properly: http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.6/svn.serverconfig.svnserve.html#svn.serverconfig.svnserve.sshauth
Note: We are not using Apache to host it nor do we wish to.
Update: Adding the group subversion to each linux user and chmod the directory svn to 770 has solved some of my issues. Users are able to connect via the SVN windows browser by using svn+ssh://username@hostname/path/to/repo
However, users are unable to commit locally on the linux server.