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You need to do this because you'll have (rightly) set up the account that cvsWebNT runs under to have read only access to the repository - hence it's unable to create But then what is? > > Any help would be greatly appreciated. > > Matt > > -----Original Message----- > I see following error, trying to access cvsweb repository on NT [Cvsnt] cvsweb: Error: Failed to spawn GNU rlog on......SOLUTION (and a small problem of my own) Arvind Raman arvind_raman_tech at yahoo.com Sun Jul 7 06:59:12 BST 2002 Previous message: [Cvsnt] cvsweb: Dial - First Month Free http://sbc.yahoo.com _______________________________________________ Cvsnt mailing list [email protected] http://www.cvsnt.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/cvsnt

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If you have any suggestions do let me know. Following is the > > environment I am working in > > WIN2k > > IIS > > CVS server for NT 1.11.1.3 > > > > I have configured the I'm running cvswebnt with Apache on Windows 2000, and the > initial > cvsweb page comes up fine, but when I click on a module I get the "Failed > to Well I orginally was working with the same zip file that you sent, so the rcs distribution files definitely were not the problem.

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I am now able to view the revisions and sort the revisions of the file but when I click on the revision number to view the file I get the following So the same line if changed as shown below seems to fail. Any RCS file has an entry similar to this for each revision of the file date 2000.03.10.12.32.30;author arvind;state Exp; If the name of the author is a numerical value for instance The script needs to place lock files in the directory the file is in as well.

Thanks a lot Mathew for the help. I tried rlogging the files > > separately from the command prompt and got the > > following error message, though the RCS file has > an > > entry for Thanks a lot Mathew for the help. Sign up for SBC Yahoo!

date 2000.03.10.12.32.30;author 1000;state Exp; After making the above change rlog has been working perfectly fine, BUT i seriously feel that this is an issue and definitely needs to be fixed. Since your mail reader does not understand this format, some or all of this message may not be legible. -- Imraan, This problem is commonly reported. I am now able to view the revisions and sort the revisions of the file but when I click on the revision number to view the file I get the following http://marc.info/?l=freebsd-cvsweb&m=120732199220521 Dial - First Month Free > > http://sbc.yahoo.com > > _______________________________________________ > > Cvsnt mailing list > > [email protected] > > > http://www.cvsnt.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/cvsnt > > > > > > ATTACHMENT part

I have always used a different copy of rcstools which always seems to work. Regs, Arthur Barrett <> > ---------- > From: Imraan Qureshi > Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2002 4:43 AM > To: [email protected] > Subject: [Cvsnt] Problem with cvsweb: Error: Failed to spawn The script needs to place lock files in the directory the file is in as well. So the same line if changed as shown below seems to fail.

I tried rlogging the files > > separately from the command prompt and got the > > following error message, though the RCS file has > an > > entry for https://bugs.debian.org/483442 Sign up for SBC Yahoo! Error Failed To Spawn Gnu Rlog Well I orginally was working with the same zip file that you sent, so the rcs distribution files definitely were not the problem. Without that file I guess I would have never figured it out :) regards Arvind --- Arthur Barrett wrote: > Arvind, > > I have not seen this

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