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At 10:27 AM 9/16/2003, Danny Bergsma wrote: >I read the whole website, but can't find the solution of my problem. Unlikely :) >I've a Windows 98 server and I would like to run a CVS server. It has to be >accessible from the Internet. So I decided to use the pserver protocol. > >I downloaded the last CVSNT stable version and installed it. I created a >repository and created one user for the pserver. But how do I start the >server? 'cvs server' doesn't work. If I do 'cvs login', I get the error >':local: doesn't support login'. How can I change the mode to pserver? Try: cvs -d :pserver:user at localhost:/test login assuming you have your repository prefix set and a repository called 'test' that you want to log into. Regards, Glen Starrett