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I ran a few tests running cvsnt under Redhat 7.1. Basically to test a notification script. I have installed the scripts (cvslog, cvsprep) in the CVSROOT directory of repository, which didn't cause any problems. But every time something is committed into the repositories CVSROOT the execution permissions are removed by cvsnt. Is this expected? Or is there a configuration parameter to avoid this. The two other problems are that a simple ALL clause in loginfo containing some UNIX command always fails with "No such file or directory". But all commands do exist. Are there any specific requirements to execute UNIX on the path? And also the server fails to remove a lock file. The path to the lock file exists, but the lock file itself seems not to exist anymore when the server attempts to remove it. | E:\TEMP\CVSROOT>edit modules | | E:\TEMP\CVSROOT>cvs commit -m "Module mess added." | cvs commit: Examining . | Checking in modules; | /devel/cvsroot/CVSROOT/modules,v <-- modules | new revision: 1.6; previous revision: 1.5 | done | E cvs [server aborted]: cannot exec (echo ""; id; echo "CVSROOT modules,1.5,1.6" | ; date; cat) >> /devel/cvsroot/CVSROOT/commitlog: No such file or directory | error | cvs server: Rebuilding administrative file database | cvs server: failed to remove lock dir /var/lock/cvs/CVSROOT/#cvs.lock: No such file or directory Are this specific cvsnt Linux problems? -- Gerhard Stegemann