I have Redmine set up on machine 1, and our Subversion repository on machine 2. The ONLY way to access the repository is via the svn+ssh:// protocol.
For user-level accounts, I have this set up as passwordless. So, if I'm logged into a shell on machine 1, I can ssh to machine 2 without a password, using my key.
But trying to access the repository from Redmine fails: "The entry or revision was not found in the repository". What do I need to do?
Do I need to set up a public key for the user that the web server runs as? I couldn't find any instructions on how to make this work.
Thanks for any help!
RE: Using svn+ssh - Added by Carl Nygard about 12 years ago
Yes, you would have to add proper ssh keys for the apache/redmine user. Basically the same way you do it for normal users.