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Can't create dir when using file:// access

From: KM <info4km_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-01-27 15:43:47 CET

  I know I've seen messages on this before, but when I search the archives it doesn't seem to work. Nothing comes up for any search.
  I am receving the following on my test repository (and all the others as well) when using file:// access.
  svn: Can't create directory '/usr/local/subversion/test/db/transactions/9-1.txn': Permission denied
  I am sure I probably just need to change the group of all the files recursively from the top of the tree, and add g+w permissions -. I just want to be sure that I don't somehow disable the apache http:// access.
  I need to keep the ownership of the files as "nobody" since that is how the http daemon is started up. To do the above changes, I would also need to be sure that all the users are in the same group.
  is there a better way for me to achieve access through both the file:// and http:// access methods?
  PS - i am currently NOT subscribed to the list (too much mail)- so please reply to all - on this message. Thx.

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Received on Fri Jan 27 15:51:08 2006

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