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Ignacio, > >>I get this error: > >>,----- > >>|In P:\: cvs -q -z6 -x checkout -P xide > >>|CVSROOT=:sspi:patrickmast at cvs.xharbour.com:/xide > >>|cvs server: cannot find module `xide' - ignored > >>|cvs [checkout aborted]: cannot expand modules > >>|Error, CVS operation failed > >>`------------------------ > Your problem is that 'xide' is not a module, is a repository, > so the checkout command only has effect over modules. In > order your directory tree your repository should be cvsrepo > and 'xide' should be a module into this repository. > Solution: create in your client a directory 'xide' and then > put it into your repository with a command import (I > recommend you to create a file in this directory, for example > 'dummy.txt' and then runs the import). So you shouldn't have > problems with your checkout. Thanks! I have created a xide dir in the cvsrepo dir and put a dummy.txt file in it. I did this on the server. Now I get this error: ,------- |In C:\: cvs -q -z6 -x checkout -P xide |CVSROOT=:sspi:testcvs at cvs.xharbour.com:/cvsrepo/xide |cvs [checkout aborted]: No valid repository roots defined. `-------------- Did I do something wrong here? BTW I have created a test account. The user name is "testcvs" and the password is "test". Thanks! Best regards, Patrick Mast