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--- Tony Hoyle wrote: > rrankin1424-cvsnt at yahoo.com wrote: > > OK. I've temporarily disabled the A/V software, reinstalled 58c, and I'm > still > > having the rename problem. It seems that I am able to successfully commit a > > file once with 58c, but after that I get the rename problem. When I go to > the > > security tab on the file properties dialog for the file in the repository > on > > the server (i.e., not in my local sandbox), I get the following popup > dialog as > > soon as I click the Security tab: > > > > The permissions on <file>,v are ordered incorrectly, which may cause some > > entries to be ineffective. Press OK to continue and sort the permissions > > correctly, or Cancel to reset the permissions. > > Something has modified the permissions on the file. CVSNT doesn't do > that (since 51a IIRC). That alone could cause some strange effects. > Find out what's doing that first... > Sure looks to me like CVSNT is doing it. Here's what I'm doing: 1. Fix the permissions of the file in the repository on the server 2. Commit the file from a client 3. The permissions are screwed up again for the file in the repository on the server I'm currently running 58a. I see the *exact* same behavior with 58c, I just have to turn off the read-only bit on the file in the repository on the server before I can commit with 58c. Rick