|Subject:||RE: cvs 1.11.2 and pserver on Linux|
|Date:||Tue, 07 May 2002 16:36:52 -0600|
Ah, understandable, I wish I could give you some help here, I'm new to CVS and Unix more or less - is everything working now?
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>>> "Zanabria, Moises" <address@hidden> 05/07/02 04:19PM >>>
yep, I've compiled with SETXID_SUPPORT, I've modified main.c running it
setuid, I just added line to main.c near the beginning:
like FAQ file it recommends.
here is my cvs binary permissions:
-rwxr-sr-x 1 root p3cvsg 1557704 May 6 15:49 /usr/bin/cvs
Regarding the questions of Aaron:
Did you login with your password? Yes I did.
I'm guessing your repository top is /src? Yes, it is.
have you checked your rights to CVSROOT? (ls -l?)
drwxrws--- 4 root p3cvsg 4096 May 7 16:53 CVSROOT
it's almost as if you have a CVS database that someone's been moving stuff
around in it . .
well we are trying to move my current cvs repository to another more
here you are an example:
$ cvs version
Client: Concurrent Versions System (CVS) 1.11.2 (client/server)
Server: Concurrent Versions System (CVS) 1.11.2 (client/server)
cvs server: Updating CVSROOT
if I do a:
Logging in to :pserver:address@hidden:2401/myrepository/src
CVS password: my_password
$cvs co CVSROOT
Cannot access /local/p4cvs/src/CVSROOT
Thanks for the help.
From: address@hidden [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: Tuesday, May 07, 2002 4:38 PM
Subject: Re: cvs 1.11.2 and pserver on Linux
Zanabria, Moises writes:
> cvs co module
> Cannot access /local/p4cvs/src/CVSROOT
> File exists
That implies that either access(2) returned with errno set to EEXIST
(which seems highly unlikely) or you've compiled with SETXID_SUPPORT
defined and you don't have read and execute permission on that
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