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Hi all, I'm just starting with cvs and have tried out the local mode using wincvs. (works perfectly fine) Now I'm switching to ntserver and I'm running into problems creating a new repository on the server machine. Scenario 1: Using cvsnt 188.8.131.52 Build 41, WinCVS 1.3 Trying WinCVS with "Create new Repository" and the following settings: authentication: ntserver path: c:/mpk/cvs/nt host address: cm-service user name: (blank) CVSROOT: @cm-service:c:/mpk/cvs/nt creates an output: cvs -d :ntserver:@cm-service:c:/mpk/cvs/nt init *****CVS exited normally with code 1***** when I use the command string in a DOS-Box on my client machine: cvs -d :ntserver:cm-service:c:/mpk/cvs/nt init I get the following message: Bad repository root c:/mpk/cvs/nt Scenario 2: in the CVSNT-Service window I added a new "Valid Repository Root" c:\mpk\cvs on the machine cm-service. Was successful, CVS-dir is created, so should work fine. using an import command from Wincvs 1.3 to this repository causes an exit with code 1, which means a problem again, when I use cvs import -I ! -I CVS -m 1 ringbuffer avendor arelease from the command line in the dos box (ringbuffer is a subdir of my actual location on my local disk) I get again this "bad repository root c:/mpk/cvs" Is it a problem of variables on my machine (I set the CVSROOT-Variable as "set CVSROOT :ntserver:cm-service:c:/mpk/cvs")? I can ping the cm-service machine and I have normal user rights. When I install the CVSNT on my local machine and access it via :ntserver: I get the same problems as described above. Thanks in advance, Peter _______________________________________________ Cvsnt mailing list Cvsnt at cvsnt.org http://www.cvsnt.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/cvsnt https://www.march-hare.com/cvspro/en.asp#downcvs