[cvsnt] repository on the D:\ drive

Trond Kvarenes trond at logit-systems.com
Fri Nov 1 09:14:21 GMT 2002

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Does sspi use the same password as I use when I log into the domain on my
The computer which is holding the repository is not a memeber of the domain,
but I guess that is not a problem? Or is it?
I get authentication failed when I try to check out a module with sspi even
though I know my password on the domain is the same as the user on the
computer holding the repository. I have full access to both the repository
and the temp folder.

"Anders Truelsen" <at at systematic.dk> wrote in message
news:mailman.1036135888.318.cvsnt at cvsnt.org...
That sounds kind of strange.
We have a similar setup:
Build 57g
Repositories on d:
pserver and sspi (why do you use pserver from windows, we only
use pserver for unix clients)

Have you tried a trace (-t) to see what goes on between client and


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Trond Kvarenes [mailto:trond at logit-systems.com]
> Sent: 31. oktober 2002 16:21
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> Subject: [cvsnt] repository on the D:\ drive
> Hello.
> We are using pserver and repository on the D:\ drive.
> First we were not using repository prefix. On my computer everything
> worked
> fine, but on all computers with the CD-rom on the D-drive they were
> getting
> messages about .perm and .owner. When they committed their changes,
> added all code twise. When they put in a data CD in the cd rom drive
> everything worked fine. I got a tip about using repository prefix to
> overcome the problem, but this only removed the error messages. The
> problem
> whith commiting changes remains. And now it doesn't even help putting
a CD
> in the drive.
> Is there really no other way out of this than to not use prefix and
have a
> data CD in the cd rom at all times?
> (This is more of a win2000 question, but still...)
> Does anyone know if it is possible to change the CD-rom drive letter?
> we
> could do that, it would work i guess.
> /Trond
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