If you are creating a fresh database, you don't need to bother with this, except you should make sure you're using the 0.36 svnadmin to create it.
If none of that helps, please run: svnadmin --version and let us know what that returns.
So , if your Jenkins service runs as "MYSERVER\Administrator", you must use this command before all others, only one time of course : runas /user: MYSERVER\Administrator "svn --username user --password password list https://myserver/svn/REPO " svn asks you to accept the certificate and stores it in the right path.
It should be noted though that blindly accepting SSL certs basically defeats the entire purpose of SSL, and thus can open you up to Mit M attacks.
Process Start Info cmd = new Process Start Info("cmd.exe", @"/k svn log --trust-server-cert --non-interactive " "\"" servidor "\"" " --username alex --password alex -r " numero Revisao); cmd.
Add the following line to the end of /etc/bashrc using sudo: sudo vim /etc/bashrc And add this line to the bottom before saving and quiting: export PATH=/usr/local/bin:$PATH:/usr/local/pgsql/bin /usr/local/bin needs to be first in the path so that the newer bison (that will be built from source further down) is found before the bison (which is very old) that is installed by Mac OSX Now close and reopen your shell to get the updated vars. Check out open Modeller from SVN ==================================== Now we are going to check out the sources for open Modeller.
Lastly we need to ensure that the svn commandline executeable is in the path.
Certificate information: - Hostname: ru.intra - Valid: from Nov 27 2003 GMT until Nov 26 2004 GMT - Issuer: Some Organizational Unit, Some Organization, Some City, Some State, -- - Fingerprint: 5d:3e:65:c8:d::c:9c:bd:7e:7b:f8:0b:48:ad:a3 (R)eject, accept (t)emporarily or accept (p)ermanently?