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Re: Can't checkout to my C: root directly *PANIC* Admin Files Missing

From: Mark D. Baushke
Subject: Re: Can't checkout to my C: root directly *PANIC* Admin Files Missing
Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 13:24:49 -0700

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S I <address@hidden> writes:

> OK, topleveladmin on the server is set to NO.  Should it be set to yes?

It should be set to do what you intend to see done. The default is NO.

> But per Richard or Arno, I renamed the cvs subdir (to mycvs) and I'm
> fine now checking to the root, however, a new problem has come up: if
> the projx already exists on the root when I originally did cvs co -P
> projx, re-executing the command a 2nd time in a row or also running
> will prompt me to delete the projx before proceeding, but if I CD into
> the projx and do cvs update projx or . dot, then I'm fine.  Is that
> normal?

Well, I don't use Windows for anything myself. Other folks will have to
tell you what is normal or not.

> Here's the new error msg:
> ...
> cvs checkout: move away projx/help/ja/SubAccount.htm; it is in the way
> C projx/help/ja/SubAccount.htm  #my comment: looks like it checks it
> out though anyway & it just likes to complain...
> ...
> ....
> and so on and so forth about every file that already exists.

This would seem to indicate a problem with the case of your file names.

        -- Mark
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