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The problem: I have checked in files from a windows machine, and these files should have execute permission when checked out on a Linux machine. Now, I tried making a very small difference and then comitting the file again on a Linux machine, but still the execute permission is not preserved (the commit *does* happen). I read a few things already about problems with execute bit etc.. but never found a solution. The question: How can I keep the execute permission for Linux files? And how can I make a file executable after I had already checked it in as non-executable? I'm using pserver with Windows2000 and Linux RedHat machines. The desperate guy: Koen