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Andreas Calvo Gomez wrote: >First of all, I want to say hi to everybody! > >Well, I'm a newbie in this area, and lately I've been trying to configure a >cvsnt server in my home. I've 2 computers, and after installing cvsnt in one >of them, I installed wincvs as a gui client. > >The main problem is that whenever a try to do a checkout I keeps saying cvs >server error: couldn't connect to the lock server. > > > The most recent versions of CVSNT require the use of LockServer to operate. Make sure you have the CVSNT Lock Server Service running on the CVSNT server machine. The Lock Server is a replacement for file-based locking and doesn't suffer from some of it's limitations and problems (e.g. no more anonymous locks, no more lingering locks on a dropped client). Regards, -------------------- Glen Starrett