Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 172197
absolute pathname illegal for server
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:16 EST
Hi, previously I was using an updated cvs package that I compiled my self and
the server was accepting absolute pathnames as parameters.
Now I "downgraded" to the official cvs version for Fedora Core 3 to install some
CVS tool available in Fedora Extras and it doesn't work anymore.
The thing is that I am using Zend Studio Professional for PHP development and
the CVS integration is not working with the official RPM due to the absolute
pathname. I tried both cvs clients, the one that comes with Zend Studio and the
one in the Fedora package, this issue is in the server side.
What can I do to fix this problem? I guess that updating the cvs package to the
latest version will fix the problem. Is there any difficulty in doing that
upgrade in Fedora Core 3 before the EOL?
I rebuilt the SRPM package available in FC4 updates and made a FC3 RPM.
Everything updated good but the problem is still present. I can't execute a CVS
command using an absolute pathname as a parameter.
Well... this seemed to be a network related problem, it is fixed now.
Sorry for the BugSpamming.