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Mathieu thanks so much for the feedback. By unchecking the "Repository Prefix" option of the CVSNT service control panel, and by checking the option to use local users for pserver authentication I was able to get past the hurdle of adding the empty repository to Eclipse using the pserver name/passwd. However now I am getting an I/O interrupt error when I try to add a project to the repository, via Team --> Share Project in Eclipse. When I click Finish it shows that it is trying to authenticate using pserver, but never gets any further before the I/O interrupt error message is displayed. So it seems that the pserver authentication is still not altogether working, but again I am not sure if the trouble is on the part of CVSNT or Eclipse. Something else of interest - after trying unsuccessfully to add the project to the empty repository three or four times my computer falls into a hung state and I can't even get the task manager to come up, so I have to power down the computer in order to get it to come back up. An interesting message came up one time telling me that the RPC server was too busy to read the read domain membership information. The only other program I was running at the time was Avant (which runs Internet Explorer behind the scenes). Does this tell us anything ? Again I am stuck, and after looking throughout the manuals and FAQs I'm unsure of how to proceed. This is taking me forever to get working so I'm about to give up on CVSNT and go with something else, probably QVCS, even though it won't integrate with Eclipse. But it must be possible, so I am still hoping to find a solution. If anyone can give more ideas as to how I could troubleshoot this I'd certainly be grateful, as I don't like to be thwarted. Perhaps I am confused as to what it means to share a project in Eclipse ? Essentially I want to add all of the files of my current project into the empty CVS repository. Perhaps I must import all of these files using the command line, and then Eclipse will be able to see them ? Somehow I don't think that this is the solution to my current problem since it appears to be a pserver authentication trouble. Perhaps I am only adding unnecessary conjecture to the thread. Thanks in advance for any further suggestions, as I probably won't be able to figure this out on my own. -James --- Mathieu Veurman <MVeurman at seagull.nl> wrote: > > 7. Created a repository root under C:\cvsrepo > (the > > repository prefix) > > James, > > You shouldn't use the repository prefix. Eclipse > doesn't work correctly > when you have turned it on in the CVSNT server. > > Mathieu > > _______________________________________________ > cvsnt mailing list > cvsnt at cvsnt.org cvsnt downloads at march-hare.com @CVSNT on Twitter CVSNT on Facebook > http://www.cvsnt.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/cvsnt https://www.march-hare.com/cvspro/en.asp#downcvs __________________________________ Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Finance: Get your refund fast by filing online. http://taxes.yahoo.com/filing.html