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Tortoise lock command fails in a SMB Share

From: Juliano A. Pereira <juliano.a.pereira_at_globo.com>
Date: 2006-05-06 03:42:00 CEST

I created a working copy of my repository in a SMB share inside a linux with apache, in hope to have a easily implemented test box for my web application without the need to install apache in my windows machine.

Everything worked fine in my working copy, except tortoise lock command. It actually locks the file, but it returns me an error informing that it´s not possible to get default file permissions, and don´t make my copy file writeable.

Everytime this happens, I simply disable the file read-only in explorer property pane, make my desired changes, commit the file, it commits succesfully and then make my copy read-only again (I use svn:need-lock prop) and sucessfuly releases the lock, but when I ever try do get another lock, the same error situation repeats.

Nothing of these happens when I work in local sandbox or when my working copy resides in a native windows share server system.

Is there something I can do to overcome this issue? Or it is a tortoise bug?
Received on Sat May 6 08:34:53 2006

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