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Thanks Tony. hmm, ill try uninstalling cvsnt and installing the latest "stable" release. "Tony Hoyle" <tmh at nodomain.org> wrote in message news:bbaa3r$2ie$1 at sisko.nodomain.org... > MoMad wrote: > > > By the way, the usernames that dont work used to work fine a month or so > > ago... and i deleted them and added them again, so is there a place where > > cvsnt saves pserver users besides CVSROOT/passwd? > > No, that's it. I can't imagine what could be wrong there... I've never had > any unexpected failures with pserver. > > The original post said you were using 2.1.1, which is a bad idea especially > if you have problems. 2.1.1 is not for production systems, just testing. > It's entirely possible the authentication is broken on that. > > Tony >