Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Mar 1, 2006, at 09:33, Simon Whittaker wrote:
>> I hope this is the right mailing list but I wonder if anyone can help
>> me with an issue I am having. I have a volume mounted on OSX 10.4.5
>> to a shared windows folder which is a working copy, I am working on
>> the data and try to commit it back and receive the following error:
>> commit -m "made a brief change"
>> Sending /Volumes/sites/path/to/folder/pagename.cfm
>> Transmitting file data ...
>> A problem occurred; see later errors for details
>> svn: Commit succeeded, but other errors follow:
>> Problem running log
>> svn: Error bumping revisions post-commit (details follow):
>> svn: In directory '/Volumes/sites/path/to/folder'
>> svn: Error processing command 'committed' in
>> svn: Error replacing text-base of 'pagename.cfm'
>> Permission denied
>> svn: Can't move
>> Permission denied
>> I get this error using subclipse and scplugin, the volume is mounted
>> using my username and works fine using a windows box.
>> Anyone ever come across this before?
> I don't see exactly that error, but I am also unable to manipulate a
> working copy from my Mac terminal which lives on a mounted Samba share
> served by our Linux server. For example, when I try to "svn up" or
> "svn add <bar>" I get "svn: Can't move '.svn/tmp/entries' to
> '.svn/entries': Permission denied." If I ssh to the Linux server and
> add the file there, then come back to the Mac terminal and try to
> commit the change, I get:
> Adding <bar>
> Transmitting file data .svn: Commit failed (details follow):
> svn: Can't copy '/Volumes/foo/bar' to
> '/Volumes/foo/.svn/tmp/text-base/bar.svn-base.tmp': Input/output error
> All files and directories on my mounted volume have 700 permission,
> which seems weird and I'm guessing that has something to do with it.
> I didn't bother trying to find a solution, and instead use Subversion
> from the Linux command line. That probably isn't a solution for you if
> your shared volume actually lives on a Windows machine though.
Glad to hear I'm not alone anyway!! Unfortunately that isn't an option
for me as you say, it's annoying though. I am lucky enough to have admin
rights on the machine so can just login and commit from there but would
love to be able to fix it so that other mac users can do the same.
Appreciate any help anyone has.
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Received on Wed Mar 1 15:12:51 2006