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Folks, I really need some help here. I've gone through the archives and don't see anything else. Trace (-t -t -t) doesn't show anything and the tcpip logs all show the connection is ok. Thanks, Don Zielke American Electric Power Direct (614) 583-6337 Audinet 8-220-6337 Email dzielke (at) aep.com Don Zielke 07/27/2005 02:23 PM To: CVSNT Email List cc: Subject: remote logins returning "no such repository" Server: Red Hat Enterprise Linux CVSNT 2.0.58d Repository name: /usr/local/cvs/infrastructure Clients: Win XP Pro WinCVS 184.108.40.206 TortoiseCVS 1.8.13 Running the cvs login command returns "no such repository" error message: cvs -d :pserver:<username>@<cvsnt_server>:/usr/local/cvs/infrastructure login Logging in to :pserver:s183074 at cogcafp1:2401:/usr/local/cvs/infrastructure <prompts for password> <I enter my login password for machine> cvs.exe [login aborted]: /usr/local/cvs/infrastructure: no such repository TortoiseCVS returns the same error. The /usr/local/cvs/infrastructure repository does exist and has a CVSROOT folder under it. I can successfully do a cvs check out locally on the server, but I can't do a commit because the group is set wrong and I don't have the proper group permissions. Will CVSNT return this error if file group ownership is not correct for the repository? I'm still looking through the archives for messages like this but haven't found anything that appears to be relevant yet. Thanks, Don Zielke American Electric Power Direct (614) 583-6337 Audinet 8-220-6337 Email dzielke (at) aep.com