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Subversion & Samba

From: DeMarco, Alex <Alex.DeMarco_at_suny.edu>
Date: Mon, 02 Feb 2009 18:17:40 -0500

I know this usage is generally frowned upon, but this is use for only a couple of developers. We recently migrated from a TRU64 Unix Samba share to one that is running on Red Hat.
Our developer is using Tortoise to update/use a working copy that is on Red Hat.
It worked fine on the old TRU64 servers however, now on the Linux boxes we have run into issue. The files located in the .svn directory get set with R only for UGW and owned by the windows user that created them. This is preventing the other developer from comitting changes to the working copy. Even though the 2 users id's are in the same linux user group.
Can anyone shed some light on a possible fix? There is definitely something a miss with the SAMBA config.
- Alex


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