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Siegfried Heintze wrote: > Glen, > I don't understand why I don't need the -d option! How is it going to know > which repository I want? I suppose I could define CVSROOT but is that not > the same thing as using -d? OK, well I tried defining CVSROOT and that did > not help. > Incidently, I'm now running v2.0.46. > Thanks again, > Siegfried The add command requires you are in an existing sandbox--apparently you are not (I believe I mentioned this previously). You can use import, but I don't know if that works with a single file (unless that single file is the only one in a directory). Hope this straightens your problem out. Regards, -- Glen Starrett