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address@hidden (Larry Jones) writes:

> Eyal Rif writes:
> > For example the permissions under CVSROOT on all the files are -r--r--rw-.
> That looks like you didn't preserve the permissions when you moved the
> files.

In other words, if you're using tar, do it as root, and run "umask 0"
before the tar command. If you're using pax, do it as root, and use
the -pe option.

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