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Re: read-only permissions on \.svn\entries when I use Samba Mount Point

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2007-11-07 22:13:59 CET

On 07/11/2007, Ralf.Flatau@sew-eurodrive.de
<Ralf.Flatau@sew-eurodrive.de> wrote:
> We have our working copie on Linux and Samba mountpoints for windows access.
> When I work on linux spatially I use lock it work fine.
> When I lock a file from windows (over the Samba mountpoint) as a different user, I get the following error:
> svn: Can't set file 'W:xx\.svn\entries' read-write:
> The problem is, the "entries" file have the permission 444 and the owner is different from the locking owner. In linux, linux switch the user correctly, but not under Windows. I don't know is that a problem from svn, or from tsvn, because two others programs (rapidsvn and subclipse) do the same like tsvn. I think it is not a Samba problem, then I can copy, delete and rename the "entries" file with the Windows explorer, that what I expected. Every information for this is welcome.

As this happens with all subversion clients, the best place to ask
such a question is on the users at subversion.tigris.org list. But
frankly, don't expect a lot of sympathy. You should not share a
working copy at all as it defeats all the safety built into subversion
to prevent users overwriting each other's changes. And you should
NEVER share a working copy between Windows and Linux clients. They are
not guaranteed to be compatible and you will likely end up with
working copy corruption. A working copy is a private thing, to be used
on your local machine.


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