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Oliver, >>> Just check out CVSROOT/modules, edit and commit How do you do that with WinCvs or Tortorise? Our CVS repository is on a Linux machine without Samba, so I don't have access to it from my Windows workstation. Also, if I should have access to CVSROOT/modules, wouldn't that mean that I can see/modify/corrupt the module defintions of any other users of CVS on site? Merrill