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At 09:20 AM 9/30/2003, Yang, Judy Bin wrote: >VersionControl is my CVS root. CVS_test is the module the CVSusers have R/W >permission. I, the CVS admi have no problem to check out anything. > > > >But the CVSusers have two problems: > > > >1. When they use Wincvs check out Module, and click browse button, they >get this message: > >Module file doesn't contain module definition. > > > >My modules file is like this: (It contains space) > > > >Production stATS Production stATS > >MACS MACS > >ATS SmartVision ATS SmartVision > >CVS_demo1 CVS_demo1 > >SuperTrak SuperTrak > >CVS_test CVS_test Look through the archives here--I'm not certain you can use spaces in the modules file, or at the least you need to escape them. Also, the modules file you list wouldn't be necessary if you're using cvsnt for the server--which version of cvs are you using on the server? > > > > > 2. If just type in the name of the module, get the following message: > > > >cvs server: failed to remove lock dir >`D:/StandardProducts/CVSrep/VersionControl/CVS_test/#cvs.lock': Permission >denied > Could be anti-virus realtime file scan interference. Make sure that is turned off, and that all cvs users have full permissions to add / delete files in the repository. I documented my permissions setup at http://www.cvsnt.org/wiki/SetAcl for reference. Hope this helps. Glen Starrett