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Fri, 03 Nov 2000 16:38:45 +0800
I am having a problem accessing cvs using pserver on a Linux
platform. I think that I have setup the /etc/services and
/etc/inetd.conf correctly (and restarted inetd etc...) since
I am able to login without error from a win-95 client using
command line cvs tools. I also have another working CVS
server (running IRIX) against which I can compare the
However when I try to checkout I get an error reported on
the client and the operation aborts:
cvs server: cannot open /root/.cvsignore: Permission denied
cvs [server aborted]: can't chdir(/root): Permission denied
The cvs daemon runs as root and should therefore have read/
write acess to the CVS directory (and it's home directory).
The server is currently able to export the CVS directory using
samba and when I set CVSROOT as "\\server\share\cvs" cvs
appears to work correctly (I can check out and commit work).
I have tested my client configuraton against another CVS
server using pserver and it works correctly, which in
combination with the error message suggests that this is a
server side fault?
I am running cvs version 1.10.5 on the client (windows 95) pc
and cvs version 1.10.7 which was installed as a part of RedHat
Any suggestions would be much appreciated.
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Gareth Lee <=