[cvsnt] Re: Unix client problems

Glen Starrett grstarrett at cox.net
Thu Jul 1 17:35:31 BST 2004

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Erik Weber wrote:

> Hello. I am a unix developer with not a lot of Windows savvy. Forgive me 
> if this question comes up a lot. I have done my homework and still 
> cannot find a solution.
> My client is running cvsnt version 1.11.1 on Windows NT. I am trying to 
> connect remotely from the command line client (1.11) on Linux. The 
> problem is that I cannot find a way to correctly specify the repository 
> root.
> The repository is located at "D:\cvsroot".
> The problem is that my client requires you to delimit the path portion 
> of the connect string with a "/". All the examples, even those that seem 
> to be aimed at unix client users, don't seem to regard this fact.

You should be able to use /d//cvsroot instead.  Upgrading is recommended 
though--since the version is so old.


Glen Starrett

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