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Re: Help .cvsignore and .cvspass!!!!!

From: Derek R. Price
Subject: Re: Help .cvsignore and .cvspass!!!!!
Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2000 10:45:06 -0400

Sounds like the 'HOME' environment variable is somehow being set to
'/dev/null' before you run CVS.  Make sure you leave it set to your actual
home directory.


Derek Price                      CVS Solutions Architect ( )
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Marinalva Dias Soares wrote:

> Hi people!
> In first, sorry my bad english, please!
> I have an application on the Web that does checkout and commit of files
> over the Web (I use scripts CGI for this). So, the CGI runs as "nobody".
> My
> repository is in "/home/mari/cvsroot" and in inetd.conf I put "2401 stream
> tcp nowait root /usr/bin/cvs cvs --allow-root=/home/mari/cvsroot pserver".
> At the momment of login, I have the follow message:"cvs[login aborted]:
> could not open /dev/null/.cvspass: Not a directory". Sometimes, I get the
> same message, but with .cvsignore. What's happening???
> I did this many times and all ok, but I had to change computer and now I
> didn't manage.
> If anybody help me.....
> Thanks!
> Marinalva.
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