Error validating server certificate for svn windows 100 russian date
2) Whatever certificate store your svn package is using does not contain the Thawte root certificate. An online SSL checker shows that everything is good with svn.
Option 2, a local problem on your machine, is the most likely issue.
I can run "ant package" with no problem on an Ubuntu machine.
If you are running on a Linux/UNIX platform, there will usually be a central repository of root certificates that are accepted as valid.
Running into this issue migrating a Codeplex project to host on github The following might help regarding skipping cert verification: Running into this issue migrating a Codeplex project to host on github The following might help regarding skipping cert verification: It took a bit of effort, but svn2git should pass STDIN in through to the underlying git-svn process as of the 2.3.0 release.That means that it is possible for your SVN client to be unable to properly validate SSL certificates.I am running Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 and have a subversion server installed (with Apache).Entering "t" at this point in svn2git doesn't help either, so it seems that svn2git isn't relaying the input back to git-svn either.-----Original Message----- From: Kevin Menard [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Monday, February 06, 2012 PM To: Stuart, Daniel Subject: Re: [svn2git] Hangs on "Error validating server certificate" (#51) Can you check what git-svn does here?