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Re: [TSVN] Installation question

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_slarge.plus.com>
Date: 2005-04-12 10:39:10 CEST

mporter@lexmark.com wrote:
> We are just starting to use TSVN and have run into a snag. So far I
> have installed the software on about 5 systems with no problems (a
> mixture of WinXP and Win2k). However, I have one guy who says that
> when he installs it on his Win2k computer it causes Explorer to stop
> working after a few minutes and he has to reboot. As a SW developer
> myself, I know this doesn't give you much to work with--and I
> apologize--but do you have any suggestions where I might start
> tracking down this problem?
> I don't know how rigorous in keeping the OS updated. Could this be a
> problem? Also, are there any known conflicts in terms of other
> applications that don't play nice with TSVN?

You haven't given us much to go on. Which version of TSVN would be a
good start. Some virus scanners can be badly behaved and keep files
locked when they shouldn't. You could try ignoring the .svn folders in
your virus scanner.


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