[cvsnt] Re: Permission denied when writing to history file

Joe Beda CVSStuff at Bedafamily.com
Sun Jan 5 22:26:57 GMT 2003

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Nope -- WinFS (Windows Future Storage) isn't coming until Longhorn.

It might be .Net server -- but eventually people are going to want to run
CVS on it and if that is the problem we should figure it out -- the sooner
the better.

It could just be a wacky state this machine is in.  At one point I did have
an older version of WinCVS working fine on the machine but perhaps something
got screwed up w/ upgrades and such.

If this isn't a known problem I might tear the machine apart and reinstall
everything -- you have to be prepared to do that when you run Beta OSs (even
something as stable as .Net server).  I'm not convinced that this is
necessary yet though :)


"Tony Hoyle" <tmh at nodomain.org> wrote in message
news:ava9ql$o9q$1 at sisko.nodomain.org...
> Joe Beda wrote:
> > I'm using the latest version of CVSNT and WinCVS.  I have these guys
> > installed on a .Net Server Beta.
> Doesn't .net server use some kind of funky SQL filesystem?  I wouldn't
> recommend trying to run cvs on that.
> See if you can repeat the errors with Win2k or XP Pro, as it's unlikely
> anyone will be able to help with beta versions of the OS.
> Tony

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