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RE: Help cvs Checkout aborted issue

From: Pranab Panda \(pkpanda\)
Subject: RE: Help cvs Checkout aborted issue
Date: Mon, 18 Sep 2006 10:09:10 -0700

Thanks ankush

My cvs server is a linux box and we have a need
To compile on windows and that's why we use smbmount
And use cygwin to do a clean checkout and build using
Windows java compiler.
We use Pserver protocol

-----Original Message-----
From: ankush grover [mailto:address@hidden 
Sent: Sunday, September 17, 2006 6:17 AM
To: Pranab Panda (pkpanda); info-cvs
Subject: Re: Help cvs Checkout aborted issue

On 9/16/06, Pranab Panda (pkpanda) <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi
> I am a cvs newbee and the build system i inherited is repeatedly 
> failing with following error  cvs [checkout aborted]: cannot open
> nmstools/j2sdk/linux/1.5.0_07/demo/jvmti/hprof/src/CVS:
> Permission denied
> We do have a smbmount on windows from the linux machine.
> Does someone knows what could the issue and how to  solve it or if any

> workarounds thanks in advance regards pranab


I am not able to understand your problem fully. If you trying to access
the cvs repositories configured on linux from windows then you can use
tools like Wincvs or Tortoise Cvs to access those repositories.

If you configured cvs repositories on windows and trying to access it
from linux then you can use tools like LinCVS.

Why you need to use smbmount you can directly access the cvs
repositories from linux through command line or through tools if have
properly configured cvs.

What sort of protocol your are using means pserver,ext or someother?

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