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RE: Check out fails

From: Rancier, Jeff
Subject: RE: Check out fails
Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2005 14:25:35 -0400

OK.  I took your advice and created the repository on Solaris 8.  Every
seemed to go smoothly.  When I attempt to import some, I get the following:

cvs import -m "Imported sources" source test start
cvs [import aborted]: received abort signal

Based on what I've seen by googling, I tried the following:

cvs -tn import -m "Imported sources" source test start
 -> main loop with CVSROOT=/usr/local/cvsroot
cvs [import aborted]: received abort signal
 -> Lock_Cleanup()

cvs -d :pserver:address@hidden:/usr/local/cvsroot import -m "Imported
sources" source test start
Segmentation fault (core dumped)

I logged in fine, and cvs created my ~/.cvspass OK.  Any ideas how to track
this down.  I installed cvs as a package, so I don't have the source to


| -----Original Message-----
| From: address@hidden [mailto:address@hidden 
| Sent: Tuesday, June 21, 2005 5:01 PM
| To: Rancier, Jeff
| Cc: address@hidden; address@hidden
| Subject: Re: Check out fails
| Rancier, Jeff writes:
| > 
| > One key thing I think I ommitted, is that xinetd/cvs on Windows are
| > Cygwin's.
| The bigger thing you omitted is that you're using Windows *at all*. 
| Your original question only mentioned Solaris!
| Again, you need to take a step back and tell us about your environment
| -- what machines you have and what you intend to use them 
| for.  Unix is
| a much better place to host a repository than Windows.  If 
| you insist on
| hosting on Windows, you're better off using CVSNT than regular CVS
| running under cygwin (since that way you only have to deal 
| with Windows
| rather than having to deal with both Windows and cygwin).
| -Larry Jones
| The game's called on account of sudden death. -- Calvin

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