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Re: "No such file"
Roe, Kevin L.
Re: "No such file"
Wed, 31 Mar 2010 09:58:41 -0700
The issue with the "cp" command has been resolved. My netapp drive was not
being correctly recognized as such by cygwin. It was interpreted as a "cifs".
This has been corrected in Cygwin 1.7.3
However, the original point of this thread was a problem with CVS. This is not
I check out a module of my repository (located on a remote machine) and a
handful of files do not get downloaded due to the "no such file" error
described below. I then try to update the same module and get the same error
on the same files. I check it out again and get exactly the same response on
exactly the same files.
I have checked the permissions on the files in the repository.
I have removed some watches that were on some of the files.
I have a very repeatable problem with no evidence of a cause I've found.
I have confirmed that the current CVS (1.12.13) in cygwin is the same as in
The ssh is different though, old = OpenSSH_5.1p1 new = OpenSSH_5.3p1
server = OpenSSH_5.2p1, or OpenSSH_4.7p1 depending on the machine.
So I ran the "cvs -t update" command on the file in question. Doesn't tell me
anything, but here is the output.
-> main: Session ID is NrLenMDBO35CD1tu
-> main loop with CVSROOT=/usr/gapps/AEAG/cvs_modules
-> open_connection_to_server (:ext:hera:/usr/gapps/AEAG/cvs_modules)
-> Starting server: ssh hera cvs server
cvs update: warning: p_change.pl was lost
S-> RCS_Checkout (usr/gapps/AEAG/cvs_modules/Utilities/p_change.pl,v,
S-> 1.5, , , (function)) server_register(p_change.pl, 1.5, , , , , )
S-> Register(p_change.pl, 1.5, , , )
cvs update: cannot write ./p_change.pl: No such file of directory
-> close_connection_to_server ()
I also tried using the -vvv option on ssh, but got the following error when I
set CVS_RSH to that:
cvs [update aborted]: cannot exec ssh -vvv: No such file or directory
alias cvs='/cygdrive/c/Program\ File\ \(x86\)/CVSNT/cvs.exe'
I can get CVS to work.
This is a hack and it works because I'm abandoning the built-in CVS.
Further, the only cvseditor I can get to work is the default "Notepad"
I'd like to get the native CVS working in cygwin. It is the cleanest solution.
Any ideas on where I can go from here?
- Re: "No such file",
Roe, Kevin L. <=