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Permission issue while using network drive on Linux

From: Vishal <vadhavania_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2011 16:32:45 +0530


I am using TortoiseSVN 1.6.15 for my project. The scenario is as below:

   - One of the WC is located on a network drive which is accessed by
   windows and Linux both. This is necessary because, some of our tools are
   running on Linux while others on windows.
   - When one of the users (say aaa) perform update on the WC of network
   drive, the permission of file "entries" under folder ".svn" becomes read
   only for all other users.
   - Hence if another user (say bbb) tries to perform update on the same WC,
   the update is not allowed. Error: Can't set file '********\.svn\entries
     Error: read-write: Access is denied.
   - User aaa needs give write permission to file "entries" and then only
   someone else is able to update.

Please help.



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