svnX https error

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  1. heyapple! macrumors newbie

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    Hey!

    I have to use svnX for my courses and I can't find a way to identify myself to svnX when trying to solve the certificate thing with a https adress.

    So basically I enter my information in the repositories window, and when I try to connect to svn, I get the error code that says svn can't add the certificate.

    So I go to the terminal app and type "svn ls <url of the svn server>"

    instead of having the message that ask me if I accept or decline the certificate I get :

    Authentication realm: <https://svn.fsg.ulaval.ca:443> Authentification IDUL/NIP
    Password for 'myname':

    Now the IDUL and NIP is the username and password I use to identify myself when using all my online services provided by my college. I entered those information in the "working copied" and the "repositories" windows too.

    Now I don't know what to do with this authentification message that I get when I type svn ls in the terminal window, can somebody help me with this ?

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. heyapple! thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Hey,


    This application is getting on my nerves already; I suceed in identifying myself in the terminal window, I wasn't being able to type anything when trying to put my usr/pass , but by pushing the enter button, "username :" and "password: " appeared. Now it seems that I can see the entire list of files that already are on our server, yet I can't have any acess through svnX, as I get the same certificate error message. I didn't get the chance to accept the certificate in the terminal window ! I just typed my username and my password and the list of the files popped up...

    I am short on time as it is the only method I can use to share files quickly within my class, can somebody help me with this ?

    Thanks!
     

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