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Hello Tony, When on Unix/linux the RepositoryName differs from the Ropesotory (path) a 'cvs -d <RepositoryName>' will initialize the wrong location! The repository initialized is RepositoryName, and the real repository location is untouched. example: /etc/cvsnt/Pserver: Repository0=/usr/local/repos/repo0 Repository0Nmae=/project1 ..... cvs -d /project1 init now the repository is created under /project1 and not under /usr/local/repos/repo0. -- Best regards, Richard mailto:r.wirth at wirthware.de