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Samba Permissions

From: jif4am <jif4am_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2007-09-18 00:26:23 CEST


I'm very new to TortoiseSVN, so forgive my lack of complete knowledge here.
We have set up a repository on a Samba server, created two local sandboxes
for two users. The creator of the repository is able to commit perfectly.
However, anybody who is not the creator of the repository gets this error
when trying to do a commit:

Error: Can't set file '\\Samba_svr\oliver_test\Oliver\db\current'
read-write: Access is denied.

I have verified that we are able to read/write to the directory and
"current" file through both linux and windows. We have full permissions, by
doing a chmod, but still unable to do a commit by someone who did not create
the repository.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks and regards,


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