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SVN SSL certificate untrusted

I've tried for the past three days to get source control to work. After much trial and error, I think I almost have SVN working, but have come across this problem: alt text

I've looked at this thread (don't know how to "disable secure connection" and I couldn't understad the contents of the link), this thread(using my own computer, not someone else's), and this thread(when I naviate to the folder with cmd and type in 'svn.exe', I get a message telling me to type in 'svn help'). None have helped.

Me and my mental state would greatly appreciate it if someone could help me figure this out.

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asked Mar 09 '15 at 03:12 AM in Everything Else

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I think "disable secure connection" refers to using http rather than https in your URL. If your server allows unsecured connections this is an option.

The main issue seems to stem from whether your server has been issued a valid certificate. If you have set up your own server, have you checked the 'secure access' section of the setup doc here?

For the last issue you mention, you need to navigate to your binary directory and type

 svn info

rather than just 'svn.exe' to get SVN to run anything. This should allow you to accept any security-related issues via the command line if required.

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answered Mar 09 '15 at 02:41 PM

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After much Googling and searching around I found out how to disable the secure connection and that seemed to work. (For anyone reading this, go to the svn server properties. There should be checkbox labled 'Use secure connection' under the Network tab)

P.S. Before I did that, I tried going to the svn directory and when I typed in 'svn info' I got "'C:...\svn\Win64' is not a working copy".

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