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Installation is done like this: - find the file cvslock.exe in the CVSNT installation dir (if it is not there then download the binary files from cvsnt.org) - create a command prompt there - execute cvslock -i this installs the lock service - now add this entry into the config file in your repository: LockServer=localhost - comment out any line with LockDir settings - commit config back to CVS This should do what you want. /Bo On Fri, 8 Nov 2002 10:49:15 -0500, "Jim Pownell" <jpownell at inflectionsystems.com> wrote: >Tony, > >This sounds great. But, my installation indicated the Lock server is not >installed. I did the standard installation? > >ideas? > >-jim >"Tony Hoyle" <tmh at nodomain.org> wrote in message >news:3dcbd88d.132032687 at news.cvsnt.org... >> On Fri, 08 Nov 2002 07:44:15 +0100, Olaf Groeger <Olaf.Groeger at gmx.de> >> wrote: >> >> >How can i detect that LockServer is used ? I don't see a difference after >> >starting this service. There will be still some directories created and >> >deleted in LockDir. >> > >> You have to tell the repository to use it. Comment any LockDir lines >> in CVSROOT/config and add a LockServer=localhost line. >> >> Tony >> > /Bo (Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)