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IMHO, there's a bug in the postinstall script of the cvsnt Mac OS X installer package: To create a link to cvsnt, it uses ln -sf /usr/bin/cvs cvsnt However, this will usually create the symbolic link at the root directory. The postupgrade script contains the following command to create a symlink: ln -sf cvsnt /usr/bin/cvs which makes more sense, as it creates a symlink to the cvsnt executable in /usr/bin. OTOH, the installer package already contains this symlink, so this line shouldn't be needed either... Am I misunderstanding the meaning of those symlinks? </jum>