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Chuck Kirschman wrote: > This command works in cvs 1.11.5, but not in cvsNT 2.0.41a. I tried it > both with and without a trailing slash on the name. Also, the directory > c:\testcvs\relp\ exists. Am I doing something wrong? > > Thanks > chuck > > [c:\testcvs]cvs > -d:pserver:ChuckKirschman at bsi-serv.bentley.com:/cvs/bsibin-root checkout > -r VERSION_08050063 -d c:\testcvs\relp bsibin/licmgrsdk/8.5/vc6 > cvs checkout: Server attempted to update a file via an invalid pathname: > cvs [checkout aborted]: 'c:\testcvs\relp/'. Absolute paths aren't allowed in the -d parameter anymore to block a potential security hole. Use a relative path instead: [c:\testcvs]cvs -d:pserver:ChuckKirschman at bsi-serv.bentley.com:/cvs/bsibin-root checkout -r VERSION_08050063 -d relp bsibin/licmgrsdk/8.5/vc6 Regards, -- Glen Starrett