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Over on my old windoze xp box, I've got a program called cvsnt. I wanted to see if I could update the source dir over there by mounting the dir here locally, then running cvsup to put everything there, before unmounting it. Then, use cvsnt for a local network source repository server. Cvsup does fine on the remotely mounted nfs dir until I get to this: Updater failed: Cannot install "/home/mydir/cvsdir/src/contrib/ libreadline/#cvs.cvsup-91834.13672" to "/home/mydir/cvsdir/src/contrib/libreadline/ChangeLog,v": Permission denied Command to mount the remote windows directory: mount -w -t nfs remotebox:cvsdir /home/mydir/cvsdir I've done everything with the local & remote dirs except put them on eBay. :-) Chmoded them to 777 & still get the same message. Wouldn't doubt if it's something very simple I'm just overlooking. I was wondering if maybe it has something to do with my cvsup usage & not the dir/file permissions. Here's the supfile being used: # *default host=cvsup17.us.FreeBSD.org *default base=/home/mydir/cvsdir *default prefix=/home/mydir/cvsdir *default release=cvs *default delete use-rel-suffix *default compress src-all ports-all tag=. doc-all tag=. www cvsroot-all # As can be seen above, the delete is pretty standard & what I use everywhere else locally: *default delete use-rel-suffix Thanks for any help, advice, new hair to replace what I've pulled out, etc. GnuPG key : 0x1644E79A | http://wwwkeys.nl.pgp.net Fingerprint: D0A9 AD44 1F10 E09E 0E67 EC25 CB44 F2E5 1644 E79A -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v188.8.131.52 (OpenBSD) iD8DBQFEkxj9y0Ty5RZE55oRAhahAKCQw4UASb/QPT9+Ea9wxcXXSFJUVwCglwvC yWNr36x5DC9Vnb+JvnNN/44= =5RXl -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"