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can't commit from one working copy

From: Colleen Dick <platypus_at_peak.org>
Date: 2006-11-02 01:47:41 CET

 I have several team members. We are elaborating a web application.
Each developer has their own private deployment and we
all commit to the repository from our remote machines just fine.
Recently I needed to do several emergency tweaks on the
working copy that is the live online copy. I would like to commit
these tweaks to the repository (which by the way lives on the same
physical machine as the live online deployment) When I try to commit
I get
svn: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: Can't create directory
'/back2/svn/tixrus/db/transactions/674-1.txn': Permission denied

svn is owned by the svn user and so is the directory tixrus
I guess when people commit remotely they go in as that.
Should I become the svn user whenever I commit to the repository that
is on the same box? I can do that. I don't want to chown anything
because I'm afraid I'll lock all my developers out.

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