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This is almost a FAQ, at least if you are going Linux ---> Windows NT What probably happened is that you tar:ed on Linux, then carried the tarball over to the Windows machine and used WinZip to extract the files... Winzip has a setting that per default mangles some files on the erroneous assumption that they are text files. Go to WinZip/Options/Configuration/Miscellaneous and *uncheck* the item "TAR file smart CR/LF conversion" Then redo the unpacking of the Tar file. /Bo On Tue, 10 Sep 2002 11:10:15 -0700, "Peter Siebold" <siebold at scaled.com> wrote: > I have just migrated an existing CVS repository to cvsnt. All is > working except the binary files. They seem to be corrupted when > checking out a new module. Has anyone seen this? Is there something > special I have to do when I tar the repository up in linux, or untar > on this end? > >Thanks, > >-Pete /Bo (Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)