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On Thu, 21 Oct 2004 07:08:09 +0200, Bo Berglund <bo.berglund at telia.com> wrote: > On Wed, 20 Oct 2004 22:37:52 +0200, gmx-ka-2001 <ka-2001 at gmx.net> > wrote: > >> my system: >> >> WinXP HomeEdition SP1 (German language) + some updates >> CvsNT 2.0.58b (all checkboxes under "generic non-cvs" selected for compatibility) >> Eclipse 3.0.1 & Eclipse 2.1.3 > > I don't think that XP-Home will work as a server. It explicitly has > only Guest access from the network... > Update to XP-Pro and test again. > > > /Bo > (Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden) Thanks for your prompt answer! I use CvsNT only on my only one computer (no networking) - and up to now it worked fine (until version 2.051d). I activated the owner-column in windows-explorer, opened the CVS-repository- folder and what to see is that all files created with version 2.051d (the one I used before 2.0.58b) have the owner "Administratoren" (must be administrators in english) and new files created with 2.0.58b have "AZUL/kurt" (AZUL is my compis name, kurt the account) as owner. Doesn't this fit to the error-message "permission denied" ? I could reproduce this behavior (first 2.0.51d then updated to 2.0.58b) on WinXP Pro (SP1+some updates) in my company (used locally only also to test this problem) today. So a change to WinXP Pro wouldn't solve that. When I tried to change the user-account for CvsNT 2.0.58b in the settings of the configuration it just chrashed (the cfg-program - server still worked) (disappeared) without any message. Greetings Kurt