[cvsnt] Why failed to write 'cvsnt-2.0.26.dmp'

Kevin zzz at zzz.zzz.org
Mon Feb 23 07:25:36 GMT 2004

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I have reported this some time ago (thread "Crash in 2.0.24") and got no
replies. I do not think it is solved as I have been keeping an eye open on
the issue thinking that only I was getting the error.

I shall try adding SYSTEM rights on the folder, 10x for your suggestion.

Kevin Agius

"Glen Starrett" <grstarrett at cox.net> wrote in message
news:mailman.400.1077029179.472.cvsnt at cvsnt.org...
> zhuyunchuan wrote:
> >Cvsnt(2.0.26) crashed and a dialog box pop up to tell me to save a file,
> >choose 'OK', then the other dialog box pop up to say that this file
> >be saved and errcode is 5.
> >I have met this many times and I want to know what this errcode means?
> >
> >
> Error 5 is "Access denied", I believe.  I've seen others report a
> problem with that recently, but I'm not sure if they resolved it or
> not.  Check the NTFS permissions on the cvs temp directory (wherever it
> says it's saving to) and make sure that SYSTEM and all your cvs users
> have full control.
> -- 
> Glen Starrett
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