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Hola, I'll cut to the chase...I can't seem to login to my CVS NT server. I've read the readme.nt and the faq and here's what I've done. created a user called 'xyz'...this is the who the cvs server runs as. the environment variables for 'xyz' are : HOME=C:\ TEMP=C:\WINNT\TEMP TMP=C:\WINNT\TEMP The CVSROOT is C:\cvsroot The config file (which I've checked into CVS) has the line SystemAuth=no I have a .passwd file (In both C:\ AND C:\cvsroot) that has the following entry joeblo:ycVYvYBZFWHXo joeblo is not a windows user or a domain user! However I *THINK* that if I have this entry in this file then CVS will auth against it. IS this right? I start the service up and verify that it is running as 'xyz'. Heres the problem. First...on the windows box that CVS is running...when I execute 'cvs login' I get a 'cvs.exe has produced an error' message and then the program just dies. Second...on my client box (Solaris... my CVSROOT env var is :pserver:joeblo at W2Kboxname:c:/cvsroot) when I try to log in I get a 'no such user joeblo in CVSROOT/passwd' cvs login: authorization failed.... I don't know what else I should do. Can anybody help? Thanks a ton C _______________________________________________ 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