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Re: Repository created on a networked file system(FSFS type) has fouled up permissions

From: Jody Shumaker <jody.shumaker_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-10 17:41:05 CEST

> Sounds like you're using file:/// access rather than using a server.

And in addition to that the share seems to be setup that the owner of
a file has special permissions other users don't have. Thus when your
colleague committed it created the new files for his revision in the
fsfs storage with his username as owner, and because of how you setup
your windows permissions you can't commit now. The author of a commit
showing up in the repo-browser has nothing to do with any of these
windows permissios that are causing the problem.

You can either fix your windows permissions so everyone has read/write
to the share, and not special permissions to the owner of files or
setup a real svn server. I'd highly recommend going with a real
server and not just using a windows share to the repository.

- Jody

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