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RE: (no subject)
RE: (no subject)
Fri, 14 Mar 2008 09:28:30 +0100
thanks for your support! Indeed the problem was caused CVS not finding the
cvspass file. Although I added the environment vars to the right directory and
I did login via command line to generate the file entries. My problem seemed to
be by a XP update, that already did restart the pc, but let me not read out the
new created environment vars! Another restart did solve the problem.
Von: Ted Stern [mailto:address@hidden
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 13. März 2008 19:00
An: Dennis Meyer
Betreff: Re: (no subject)
On 12 Mar 2008 07:49:29 -0700, Dennis Meyer wrote:
> I face troubles using Hudson on my local test CVS server using the
> CVSroot ü:pserver:address@hidden:/cvsý that Iùm also using
> in eclipse and continuum (where it is working trouble-less). Hudson
> adds some options to the CVS command, and I donùt really know how to
> get rid of this problem. Hudson states the following error:
> zzz is the module name.
> [zzz] $ cvs -Q -z3 -d :pserver:address@hidden:/cvs co -P -d workspace zzz
> cvs [checkout aborted]: could not find out home directory
> FATAL: CVS failed. exit code=1
A couple of questions:
1) have you done a login first?
cvs -d :pserver:... login
2) There has to be a pserver process running. Have you checked that?
3) If you have pserver access on localhost, you have regular login and
group permissions there also. Is it possible for you to use
cvs -d /cvs checkout ...
4) What if you use CVS_RSH=ssh and :ext: access instead of pserver?
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- (no subject), Dennis Meyer, 2008/03/12
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