[cvsnt] (Workaround) Re: bug report: export of a module defined in modules file

Jean-Francois Lamy Jean-Francois.Lamy at teximus.com
Sat Aug 27 02:54:12 BST 2005

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I realized that in my configuration file LockDir defined as a "Everyone has 
full control" directory, and that the lock server
was commented out.  This probably dates back to jurassic times.

Enabling the lock server in config made the problem go away.

Jean-François Lamy
Teximus Technologies Inc.

"Jean-Francois Lamy" <Jean-Francois.Lamy at teximus.com> wrote in message 
news:deog03$gre$1 at paris.nodomain.org...
>I recently upgraded to 2.5.02 2064 from 2.0.23 (server is running on 
>Windows 2000).
> I can perform a checkout, but NOT an export of the module "empty" which is 
> defined as follows in the modules file
> empty -d empty apps/empty
> I get the following message, which refers to a completely unrelated and 
> irrelevant directory:
>    In C:\Documents and Settings\Lamy.TEXIMUS-LAMY\Desktop: "C:\Program
>    Files\TortoiseCVS\cvs.exe" "-z9" "export" "-r" "x4_2_04_03" "empty"
>    CVSROOT=:ext:anoncvs at teximus.dyndns.org:/v4
>    cvs [export aborted]: could not chdir to /v4/Licenses: Permission 
> denied
> Notes:
> - this works fine if I use an account which has read-write access to the 
> whole repository
> - The account anoncvs can access the apps/empty directories just fine, and 
> the temporary directory is readable by everyone, and this worked fine 
> prior to upgrading.
> -- 
> Jean-François Lamy
> Teximus Technologies Inc.
> www.teximus.com

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