[cvsnt] cvs [import aborted]

Tony Hoyle tony.hoyle at march-hare.com
Thu Aug 3 15:56:21 BST 2006

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Mike wrote:

> Its behaviour is quite strange: it seems to check for fileattr.xml in
> directory /cvs/cvsroot/CVS but this doesn't exist.

It can exist, in fact it often does.

> I have done other tests creating a new repository but the result is the
> same. CVS directory I found exists only in module, when created, and in
> CVSROOT not in $CVSROOT. At end I copied $CVSROOT/CVSROOT/CVS directory
> under $CVSROOT and it seems to work.
I don't see why you did this - the server is behaving correctly.

You have set ACLMode=normal but not given read access to the module in 
the root, so the user has no access even to read the module let alone 
commit files.


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