[geeklog-devel] SQL Server 2005 - MSSQL Driver

Kevin J. Peno kevin at metalaxe.com
Mon May 5 14:19:45 EDT 2008

Hey Eric,


Are you using TortoiseCVS on vista? If so which version number? I guess
I should switch mailing lists :P




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Or just turn off UAC in Vista (if you're an administrator.) I hate UAC.
First stupid thing I disabled when I "upgraded" to Vista.



On Mon, May 5, 2008 at 11:26 AM, Michael Jervis <mjervis at gmail.com>

On Mon, May 5, 2008 at 6:10 PM, Kevin J. Peno <kevin at metalaxe.com>
> Hello, thanks for all the responses. The issue isn't windows and CVS,
>  it's vista's UAC verses TortoiseCVS (or winCVS which I've also
>  It is mostly a matter of finding all of the files that I need to
>  admin on as they run. Once I've narrowed it down I can start to
>  Right now I'm just getting crashes and errors all over.

Install Cygwin as administrator and use commandline CVS from BASH
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