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> set > CVSROOT=:pserver:administrator:password at 192.168.0.115:C:/TEMP/CVSNTREP > cvs login > <<< OK >>> FWIW, you do not need to login each time you run a command. Login is only needed once when connecting for the very first time to a repository. After that your login credentials will be cached within the ~/.cvspass file. > I executed > cvs commit test.txt > > It opens a window. I needed to close it (1), and after it I need to > press Enter to confirm (2). > > Is possible to do it without these 2 steps? Actually I don't see why these steps should ever happen. I have never seen a popup I had to close manually nor any kind of confirmation message after a commit. What exactly do those windows/dialogs say? What exactly are you doing? From where are you executing those commands? Specifically: -what OS (on the client)? -what CVS versions (run cvs ver)? -if you're running the commands from inside a GUI frontend (e.g WinCvs), what version of that app are you using? Oliver ------------------------ JID: ogiesen at jabber.org ICQ: 18777742 YIM: ogiesen