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We did set up a cygwin server here, and it works well. I just have a few questions about it. 1. When we do cvs -d :ext:server:/... from a remote machine, we need to enter a full path; it doesn't use the repository prefix I setup in the control panel. Is there a way around this? 2. Also, when entering a full path, we cannot use a ':' in the path. Ie: cvs -d :ext:keith at server2:/e:/network/g-drive/cvsrepo/ <---does not work, instead, I am forced to use a file share. Ie: cvs -d :ext:keith at server2://server2/g-drive/cvsrepo Incidentally, sorry for the slow reply; our mail server has been up and down (mostly down <g>) keith d. zimmerman, mcsd eagle solutions -----Original Message----- From: Tony Hoyle [mailto:tmh at nodomain.org] Sent: Tuesday, February 04, 2003 10:45 AM To: Keith D. Zimmerman Subject: Re: [cvsnt] Ssh protocol && socket error Keith D. Zimmerman wrote: > Hmm, lost your last message, but I did read it. Setup cygwin server - > works great, except do we always need to enter the full path or the > server, or can I get it to use the server's aliases? Also, if we > enter the full path, how do use a :? > Not sure what you're saying here... You set up sshd and ran it? In that case as long as cvsnt is first in the path it should work OK. Tony