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>> The perceived problem: "cvs ls" attempts to list directories in a >> subdirectory of the repository, with the same name as the repository: >> ie, my repository is "LearnCVS", cvsnt attempts to list modules in >> "LearnCVS/LearnCVS" > > You probably set your Repository Prefix too deep. In your case it > should be "E:\cvsrepo", and NOT "E:\cvsrepo\LearnCVS". From other > comments though, that might not be the case?? It could be a bug, but I > haven't seen it happen. > > What is in your modules file? How are your repositories configured > (control panel applet info)? > > -- > Glen Starrett Glen, Thanks for the response. Modules file is the default - 26 lines of comments only, no entries. In the control panel: - Repositories Tab - "Repositories Prefix" is checked. - Repository Prefix selection is "E:/cvsrepo" - "Valid Repository Roots" contains a single entry "/LearnCVS" Do note again that this is on NT4 Terminal Server: CVSNT 2.0.41a on an NT4 server SP6, Terminal Server Edition. I may try to setup the same configuration on a Win2K workstation box just to see if the behavior is different. Best regards, Jon McLin