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Howard Zhou wrote:

> Larry,
> The error message I got was
> cvs [commit aborted]: could not open lock file '..../,foo.txt,': Permission
> denied
> If I chmod g+w $CVSROOT/dir, the problem goes away. So it looks to me that
> the lock for commit is always placed in $CVSROOT regardless what LockDir is
> set to.
> If that's the case, what's use of LockDir?

That's an RCS lock and only needed for writing anyhow.  With LockDir set the
CVS locks (both read and write) should get created under LockDir.  This is one
of the ways of enabling read-only users in your repository.


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