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Re: read-only property files

From: Lucien Immink <l.immink_at_vpro.nl>
Date: 2006-02-20 21:09:49 CET

Can you please explain what needs to be done? Since I'm not the
admnistrator of the NAS/samba. They say it's that svn program you use
and I still want to use turtoisesvn since it's the best svn frontend for
windows by far. If someone can tell me what I need to say to the admin
I'd appreciate it.
A link to a FAQ or other website is sufficient.

Stefan Küng wrote:
> Lucien Immink wrote:
> > I'm using tortoiseSVN with a samba-shared NFS. So the running copy is on
> > the NFS.
> > When I commit a file the text-base file of the committed file is tagged
> > read-only, other users using other OSes (OSX and linux) can't commit
> > their copy because the text-base file is read-only. How can I disable
> > this? I've tried the locking and unlocking feature of SVN but that
> > didn't work. If I use the default svn client for linux the text-base
> > files remain as they are, read-write.
> Just configure SAMBA correctly. Then it will work.
> Stefan

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