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Re: Permission Denied - Commit Email

From: Derek R. Price
Subject: Re: Permission Denied - Commit Email
Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 09:45:47 -0500

Peter Disiot wrote:

> Hello All
> I'm setting up the cvs box to send notification emails to a list of
> people.  I have set the loginfo admin file to :
> DEFAULT (echo ""; id; echo %{sVv}; date; cat) >>
> $CVSROOT/CVSROOT/commitlog
> And the  notify admin file to:
> ALL mail %s -s"CVS notification"
> And I have made a file in the $CVSROOT directory called:
> users
> which contains:
> pdisiot:address@hidden
> Next I added a watch to everything in my src directory using the add
> watch cmd in winCVS.
> Now the problem I have is that when a co-worker commits a file,  He
> receives the following message:
> new revision:1.2 previous revsion 1.1
> done
> notification ... User unknown
> CVS... User unknown
> collect: Cannot write ./dff25NkXp01469 (bfcommon, uid=1003):
> Permission denied.
> queueup : cannot create queue temp file ./tff25NkXp01469 , uid=1003:
> Permission denied.
> I have done the following checks.
> I can send mail from the command line ie:
> mail -s"Subject Heading" address@hidden

Why did you use this test command if the command in your notify file
was: 'mail %s -s"CVS notification"'.  The email address (%s) seems to
have moved.

> I can do this from both my account on the cvs box, and by also logging
> is as my co-worker.  The loginfo seems to log data to the commitlog
> file.
> Is this a freebsd problem or a cvs problem? and how may I go about
> fixing it?


Derek Price                      CVS Solutions Architect ( )
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