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Re: Permissions autoversioning mac os x

From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-10 21:54:18 CEST

On 6/9/06, Karl Jackson <karl.jackson@starfarmproductions.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am trying to enable autoversioning from Mac OS X client.
> I have installed apache 2.2.2 and subversion 1.3.1 on an os x box and set it
> up. I initially had some strange issues where I got error messages about
> invalid filenames so I just used <chmod -R 777> to make the repository
> writable for testing purposes.
> Now, I can mount the repository but when I try and drag a text file into it
> I get an error message that says "The operation cannot be completed because
> you do not have sufficient privileges for some of the items".
> However, after the message, the system does go ahead and create a file in
> the repository with the same name, except that is has no text in it. And
> when I open that file , it is opened as "read-only".
> I can also create folders in the mounted repository, and everytime one of
> these blank files or new folders are created , my revision numbers increase.
> Any help or insight on what is going on here would be most welcome !

Just a wild guess (based on nothing): Maybe you need to enable locking
for this client?



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