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Re: [eclipse-dev] PROBLEMS Using CVS from Eclipse

try to do it the other way around :

if you have an existing project on your harddisks workspace - you are able
to share it via Team -> Share Project with others in cvs - import _from_
workspace _to_ cvs

if you will use an already existing project in cvs use the cvs perspective -
importing cvs modules _from cvs_ to_ eclipse workspace

----- Original Message -----
From: "Mauro Daniel Ardolino" <mauro@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <eclipse-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, August 16, 2002 5:58 PM
Subject: [eclipse-dev] PROBLEMS Using CVS from Eclipse

> Hello!
> I'm having some problems using CVS from Eclipse.
> The fact is that I want to import a project into the CVS repository that
> on a Linux Server.  I configured the Repository Location using pserver as
> connection type.  On the other hand I configured the cvspserver service on
> the Linux machine.  I put my user/passwd correctly and finally y tried to
> import the project using the "Team > Share Project"  feature.
> Well...I've got an this error message:
> Problem Occurred
> The server reported warnings while performing the "cvs import" command.
> And pressing the "<<Details" button I've got:
> cvs server: cannot open /root/.cvsignore: Permission denied.
> I think is logic to get this message because I do not have permission to
> put a file in /root/.
> Why is Eclipse o CVS trying to put or look up this file in such place?
> Doing the same operation as root is satisfactory at the beginning, but
> I try to "commit" I get this other message:
> Problems encountered performing commit
> Reason:
> cvs [server aborted]: cannot commit files as root
> So ! I'm deadlocked ! Help me please!
> Thank you!
> Ing.Mauro Daniel Ardolino
> Altersoft
> Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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