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Permission denied when cleaning up

From: Thiago Melo de Paula <thiagomp_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 1 Dec 2010 18:45:48 +0800

Hello guys,

I'm doing a simple cleanup in a directory and I'm getting the following

$ svn cleanup
svn: Can't create directory 'translations/.svn/tmp/text-base': Permission

To be sure that all files and directories will be writable, I did the
following command:

$ find ./ -type d -name "*" -exec chmod 777 {} \; && find ./ -type f -exec
chmod 666 {} \;

after that, all my files can be modified by anyone and the directories
(including the ones starting with .) can be accessed, modified and have
files created by anyone.
But even after that, the same "Permission denied" error is reported.

Here is the version of the client that I'm using:
$ svn --version
svn, version 1.6.13 (r1002816)
   compiled Nov 29 2010, 18:38:08

Do you know what can be the issue?

Thanks for the help.


Received on 2010-12-01 11:49:49 CET

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