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Problems checking in java code with netbeans 5.5.1 with cvs server: Couldn't open default trigger library: Permission denied

We built a new Red Hat serverthen copied our cvs to it.  Since then I have been having problems checking in java code from windows to Linux:

When I try to check in class TdaDB.java, the color stays blue (does not match repository) and I get message below:

IDE: [6/13/08 1:54 PM] Committing "TdaDB.java" started
cvs server: Couldn't open default trigger library: Permission denied
Checking in TdaDB.java;
/share/data/cvsrepos/tdalib/src/jtwc/tdalib/data/TdaDB.java,v  <--  TdaDB.java
new revision: 1.13; previous revision: 1.12
done
IDE: [6/13/08 1:54 PM] Committing "TdaDB.java" finished
ws box to linux box. First problem is when I check in the java code I see the following:
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maxmohaveAuthor Commented:
I found that most of my problems went away when I found out the following:

we build our new respository with library files in
/usr/llib/cvsnt on our Red Hat V5 linux server.

doing a ls on this showed that root and only root had access to the following directories:
mdns
protocols
triggers
xdiff

so su to root,

ran # chmod 775 *

then it would allow me to check in code.
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