c_user minor documentation error.
Wendell Pereira da Silva
wendell.silva at compsisnet.com.br
Wed Nov 10 20:10:10 CST 2010
Error location: current version of C_USER.PDF, pag. 16.
The argument of the function print_name is 'the_object'. However, the function's body does refer to 'id'. Suggestion: change 'the_object' to 'id'.
void print_name(rtems_id id)
Wendell P. Silva
COMPSIS - Computadores e Sistemas LTDA
Aerospace Systems Department
+55 12 2139-3966
De: rtems-users-bounces at rtems.org [mailto:rtems-users-bounces at rtems.org] Em nome de Ralf Corsepius
Enviada em: quarta-feira, 10 de novembro de 2010 07:30
Para: Joel Sherrill
Cc: rtems-users at rtems.org
Assunto: Re: FW: Problems dowmloading rtems-graphics-toolkit
On 11/09/2010 03:51 PM, Joel Sherrill wrote:
> On 11/09/2010 06:35 AM, Kirchner, Ralf wrote:
>> I am trying to download the rtems-graphics.toolkit without any success
>> so far.
>> Unfortunately I have to work on a Windows machine.
>> This is what I have tried:
>> Download from
>> - If I click on link "tarball" or "zip archive" I always get the
>> following error messages:
>> Error: Export failure (exit status 1), output:
>> cvs export: failed to create lock directory for `/usr1/CVS/CVSROOT'
>> (/usr1/CVS/CVSROOT/#cvs.history.lock): Permission denied
>> cvs export: failed to create lock directory for
>> (/usr1/CVS/rtems-graphics-toolkit/#cvs.lock): Permission denied
>> cvs export: failed to obtain dir lock in repository
>> cvs [export aborted]: read lock failed - giving up
> This one I hope someone on the list has advice on. The
> CVS tree is owned by user cvspserver. Apache is running
> as another user. The cvsweb.cgi program does not have
> permissions to write the lock into the directory because
> it is running as another user.
> For normal pserver interaction, you are running the service
> which is running as the dedicated cvspserver user.
> Any ideas out there?
AFAICT, there are 2 issues interacting:
a) a bug/defect in cvsweb.cgi
I just filed a bug on this to RH's bugzilla:
b) cvsweb.cgi doesn't support pserver authentication, but only supports
direct cvs-repository access.
I.e. to allow cgiweb.cgi to "cvs export" tarballs (this is what it
actually does during tarball creation), you need to tweak file/directory
permissions in such a way that the user running cgiweb.cgi (user:
apache) has direct read-only access to the files below /usr1/CVS and
read-write access to the directories below /usr1/CVS.
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