[cvsnt] Re: How to use CVS init -r option ???

booly booly at infonie.fr
Wed Jun 28 12:41:17 BST 2006

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CVS run's under an admin account. The server has a backup system and is 
shared with other app (intranet...).

I've check every thing, make test on a test server, and I'll be happy to 
understant why it doesn't work. I could live with out init -r.

I any case, I open an other thread with cvslock debug console data.


"Tony Hoyle" <tony.hoyle at march-hare.com> wrote in message 
news:e7toen$tt$1 at paris.nodomain.org...
> booly wrote:
>> Hi,
>> That doesn't solve my problem, I'm not the server admin, so I'll need the 
>> server admin each time I need to create new repository. That is the 
>> situation I try to avoid.
> You need to be a server admin to create remote repositories anyway because 
> you need write access to both the disk and the registry.
> Tony 

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