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Every time I try to use cvs95.exe (either off command line MS-DOS shell prompt or via WinCVS), I always get the following: cvs95 -d :gserver:foo.com:/cvsroot/repos co dir cvs95 [checkout aborted]: the :gserver: access method is not installed on this system Naturally, I rebuilt cvs95.exe from source (along with MIT Kerberos v5 for win32). Unfortunately, I don't see any obvious way (nor documentation) for "building-in" the Kerberos support. Is there some /D needing during compile? Any pointer would be greatly appreciated. I am able to get the Linux cvs executable to work flawlessly with gserver and my remote Linux CVS server. It is just cvsnt that seems a bit hard to get configured properly. Any ideas? Thanks, Peter