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RE: Problem with network drive

From: Sergey Shebanin <sergey.shebanin_at_ingate.ru>
Date: 2006-03-27 10:57:21 CEST

I play around problem and found workaround:
I must connect to Samba as user that is owner of files I use.
I think SVN client may change permissions for file .svn\entries. For that action Windows Explorer also report "Access denied" error.
May be SVN client sets readonly flag on file .svn\entries ?
I think you may include this problem and at least my workaround to your FAQ.


-----Original Message-----
From: Branko ╚ibej [mailto:brane@xbc.nu]
Sent: Sunday, March 26, 2006 1:31 PM
To: Sergey Shebanin
Cc: dev@subversion.tigris.org; root
Subject: Re: Problem with network drive

Sergey Shebanin wrote:
> When I work with local copy placed on network drive (drive hosted on
> Samba on FreeBSD) I got a problem.
> All commands what change local copy are fault.
> For example:
> svn cleanup .
> svn: Can't set file '.svn\entries' read-write: Access is denied.
> On FreeBSD that file actually has permissions 777 and I can edit this
> file via notepad.
> I think it may be problem with exclusive locking of system files by
> SVN client.
> SVN version is 1.3.0
Check your Samba configuration, especially the "(directory) security mask" and "force (directory) security mode" options.

-- Brane

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