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We're running 2.5.03.2382 cvsnt on Linux, and having a wonderful time with it. It's been up for 3 years now, and we have a really happy install base, so thank you. One of our users downloaded and went to work with Tortoise 1.10, and Tortoise defaulted to setting exclusive locking for him. Now I have 67 binary files with the -kbx option set, and "permissions" set to "444" If I hand edit the ,v files to say: kopt b; permissions 666; ...then the files are fixed and work perfectly. But doing that for 67 more files seems like a nuisance, and not the right way to do the job. Can I safely use cvs admin -kb to take off the -kbx option? And will that fix the permissions 444 issue? And do the permissions really matter? Thank you, Kevin