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Subject: Re: cvs import aborted
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address@hidden writes:
> D:\build\edlrcvs>cvs import edlr vendor start
> Fatal error, aborting.
> 11365: no such user
> cvs [import aborted]: authorization failed: server tcisudev01 rejected
> access

Although you haven't given us nearly enough detail to diagnose the
problem, my crystal ball tells me that you're running in pserver mode
with a separate password file (in $CVSROOT/CVSROOT/passwd).  That file
does *NOT* have the same format as /etc/passwd -- it should only have
three fields (not seven), and the third field should either be omitted
or be the username to run as (not the user's UID). 

-Larry Jones

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demonstrate a math problem at the chalkboard? -- Calvin

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