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Lock problem in a samba share

From: Juliano A. Pereira <juliano.a.pereira_at_globo.com>
Date: 2006-05-08 15:54:22 CEST

I have recently installed my work copy of a subversion web application in
a samba share to be able to use an apache server to test my modifications
before commit all my changes in repository.

My work copy is functioning almost fine, except for the get lock command.
I use in my files svn:needs-lock property on. And everytime I update my sandbox
from repository, it gives me all files with read-only attribute on (as expected),
but when I issue tortoise svn get lock command, it actualy locks the file
in repository for my user but returns me an error "cannot get default permissions
for file xxx", and did not turn my local copy write-enable.

When this happens, I manually disable read-only property in Windows Explorer,
make my desired changes and then commit the file, the file is correctly commited,
my lock is realeased and the file returns to be read-only in my sandbox.

But if I ever try to get another lock, same error described above still occurrs.
Anybody knows how to solve this problem, or is it a tortoise bug?

Sorry for my bad English, hope you could understand my issue..


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