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accepted firefox tries to open http subdomain as https [ nginx configuration ]
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comment firefox tries to open http subdomain as https [ nginx configuration ]
Oh, it's so simple. Thank you!
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comment cvs accidentaly breaks rcs file
Actually there is a bug in 32bit cvs. When I try to precess cvs rtag operation, cvs destroys the history file. In 64bit cvs everything is fine. I contacted cvs developers, but it looks like they don't gonna fix it, as the bug is in 1.x cvs (even in latest 1.12.13 from debian).
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comment cvs accidentaly breaks rcs file
@DavidMackintosh thanks! I tried 64bit version and the issue gone! Could you please put your idea in the answer, I'll mark it as the solution.
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revised cvs accidentaly breaks rcs file
new curcumnstances
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comment cvs accidentaly breaks rcs file
$ file /applications/bin/cvs: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1 (SYSV), for GNU/Linux 2.2.5, dynamically linked (uses shared libs), for GNU/Linux 2.2.5, stripped
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comment cvs accidentaly breaks rcs file
Nothing suspicious is there. The main idea is that this file is too big ( actually it is the biggest in our repository ) and cvs fails to handle such big rcs file. But I didn't proof this yet. ps. This file is binary, this also may affect, I guess.
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revised cvs accidentaly breaks rcs file
update about new fail