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Lehman, Curtis wrote: > Thanks for the suggestion. I had been searching with goggle, but I guess I > missed that thread. I tried running the suggested commands and I get: > > /usr/bin/cvs -d :sspi:username at my.cvs.address:/Project login > > Cvs login: Unknow method (`sspi`) in CVSROOT. > Cvs [login aborted]: BAD CVSROOT: `:sspi:username at my.cvs.address:/Project` > > I am using CVS version 1.11.1. Could my client be to old? Were do I get the > latest Linux CVS client that might work? Any other suggestions? You need the *cvsnt* Linux client, which isn't the same as the one that comes bundled with most Linux installs. The CVSHome.org CVS doesn't understand SSPI (even recent builds don't). There's a page that tells you how to set it up under Linux. Note though that for client-only, you don't need to worry about most of what is in that document. The abbreviated instructions for client only would be: Remove old cvs client (to avoid confusion) Download and untar cvsnt source ./configure make make install ...and you can forget about all the server-listening stuff (e.g. Lockserver, xinetd.d / init.d). Then you should be good to go. http://www.cvsnt.org/wiki/InstallationLinux -- Glen Starrett