Error validating server certificate
Use the fingerprint to validate the certificate manually! Certificate information: - Hostname: DEVSRVR - Valid: from Fri, GMT until Sat, GMT - Issuer: PHP, SS, SS, SRB - Fingerprint: 5f:d:d6:dd:a6:d:a5:ac:3a:4b:7c:7d:33:e:dd:23:9f (R)eject, accept (t)emporarily or accept (p)ermanently?
In that case you need to find out, what user and group is this process running under.
If so, you are going to want to create a pem bundle for your apache config and include both intermediate certs in that bundle.
I managed to setup a SVN (over SSL) server and Tortoise SVN client on Win. The Post-Commit will update the web dir so the App in PHP can be executed with the newest version. The only problem is, when i commit the changes over the client in Win the change is commited but HOOK throws error post-commit hook failed (exit code 1) with output: Error validating server certificate for 'https://SERVER_IP:443': - The certificate is not issued by a trusted authority.
Browsers make terrible ssl verification tools because eack browser maker often imports these intermediate certificates into their keystores, which masks problems like the one you are seeing with svn.
Does Geo Trust use a four-way certificate chain with your ssl cert?
✔ SVN 1.5.1 ✔ UBUNTU 9.10 ✔ most subversion versions ✔ most Linux distros ✔ likely will also work under other OS’s 💡 REMARK If you have your problems for the different reason, this howto probably won’t help you.