I have installed linux on PC, which includes CVS.

Using this default installation of linux, I want to setup a repository that
resides on the as400's IFS, so that the repository will be included in our
nightly backup.

I have used SAMBA to setup a mount to a directory on the IFS.

When I run 

cvs -d /home/cvs/repository init

to setup the repository, I get verious errors regarding permissions, then an
io error on a file .#2918.

The strange thing is, when I look in the directory on the 400, I can
actually see the .#2918 file. The file does exist though, because if I do a
DSPAUT I can see the authorities on the file.

Does anyone know if its even possible to do what im trying to do, and if so
what im doing wrong.

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