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Re: cvs import: cannot lstat file : No such file or directory


From: melissa . fielding
Subject: Re: cvs import: cannot lstat file : No such file or directory
Date: Thu, 25 Jul 2002 13:53:43 -0400

Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!!!
That worked!!!!!!

address@hidden:/export/home/melissa> cvs import -m "Test Distribution"
junkTEST
 CVS-DIST CVS_TEST
N junkTEST/.sh_history
N junkTEST/.profile
N junkTEST/dsm.opt
N junkTEST/dsm.sys
N junkTEST/.rhosts
N junkTEST/adsmCron
N junkTEST/.vgalaxy.1.vr
cvs import: Importing /app/cvs/junkTEST/ccvs
I junkTEST/ccvs/CVS
cvs import: Importing /app/cvs/junkTEST/junk
N junkTEST/junk/junkfile
cvs import: Importing /app/cvs/junkTEST/junk/junkdir
N junkTEST/junk/junkdir/junkdirfil

No conflicts created by this import



                                                                                
                             
                    lawrence.jones                                              
                             
                    @eds.com             To:     address@hidden                 
              
                    (Larry Jones)        cc:     address@hidden, 
address@hidden, address@hidden         
                                         Subject:     Re: cvs import: cannot 
lstat file : No such file or    
                    07/25/2002            directory                             
                             
                    01:34 PM                                                    
                             
                                                                                
                             
                                                                                
                             




address@hidden writes:
>
> So I ran:
>
> CC=/usr/ucb/cc ./configure -prefix=/app/cvs

NO!  Do *NOT* use the UCB C compiler -- that's your problem.  You need
to find the real C compiler and add it to your $PATH.  Most likely, you
need /opt/SUNWspro/bin and /usr/ccs/bin.

-Larry Jones

It's clear I'll never have a career in sports until I learn
to suppress my survival instinct. -- Calvin








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