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Hello Richard, Friday, July 23, 2004, 4:01:35 PM, you wrote: RW> Hello Tony, RW> Friday, July 23, 2004, 12:52:58 PM, you wrote: TH>> Robert Sauer wrote: >>> 1) Automatic repository alias update yielded a trailing slash, the >>> repository was not accessible until I removed that manually. TH>> I'll fix that. >>> 2) cvs info -s brings up the Application Error Reporting tool. But maybe >>> that one is my failt, as I copied the prebuilt binaries over a regular >>> 2.0.41a installation. >>> TH>> I can't repeat it on mine... copying the binaries over 2.0.41a should TH>> have worked but I'll wait to see if others have the same problem. RW> There seem to be some 'ugly' lines of code in info.c line 88/89. RW> What could be argv when argc is already zero?? RW> (This is the line where I get it crashing...) But even after fixing this I get: >>>>>>> centaur:~/osdev/cvsnt_2/cvsnt$ cvs info -s Available protocols on server: gserver gserver 2.0.50 (MIT) cvs info: Read data failed (5): error:00000000:lib(0):func(0):reason(0) cvs [info aborted]: reading from server: error -1 <<<<<<< And even from the win32 build I get the same error... But against my local cvs servers the command succeeds: >>>>>>> centaur:~/eirene_cvs$ cvs info -s Available protocols on server: sserver sserver 2.0.52 (Prerelease Jul 23 2004) pserver pserver 2.0.52 (Prerelease Jul 23 2004) sspi sspi 2.0.52 (Prerelease Jul 23 2004) <<<<<<< -- Best regards, Richard mailto:r.wirth at wirthware.de