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Hi You should define d: as a repository prefix on the server yielding an effective CVSROOT like this: :pserver:Nt4\ibsdp at server2:/cvs Which will the exact one you use in the -d argument. Regards, anders -----Original Message----- From: Le Ngoc Thach [mailto:lnthach at azthink.com] Sent: 23. oktober 2002 10:47 To: 'Cvsnt' Subject: [cvsnt] CVS Client in Linux connect to CVS Server in NT. Hi all, I'm a newer of CVS. I have used CVS Server in Windown NT (use pserver protocol) and WinCVS Client in Windows 9X. They works well. CVSROOT is: "Nt4\ibsdp at server2:d:/cvs" (without double-quotes). Now, I would like to try using cvs client in Linux: The command login "cvs -d :pserver:ibsdp at server2.vn.ibs-dp.com:local:d:/cvs login" return "Bad CVSROOT" error. Please help me how to use cvs client to login to CVS Server in Window NT. Le Ngoc Thach! -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL: http://www.cvsnt.org/pipermail/cvsnt/attachments/20021024/7ac87f6c/attachment.htm