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At Wednesday 12/4/2006 11:36, Cia Quatro - Jonas wrote: >W:\>cvs add teste.txt >cvs add: in directory .: >cvs [add aborted]: CVS directory without administration files present. >Cannot c >ontinue until this directory is deleted or renamed. > >i'm using a envolveriment variable $CVSROOT=w:\cvs\teamcoding >please understand i'm new on cvsnt Avoid using any directory named "CVS" (except the ones created automatically by CVSNT when you checkout a module, which are usually hidden). W: looks like a network share, not a good idea... Place your repository on a physical disk on the same machine running the cvsnt server software. Also, declare your repository using the CVSNT control panel, giving it a name, and use that name in your CVSROOT. Using :local: (or a repository path as you do) is not a good idea either, unless you are the *only* one accessing the repository. Setup a proper cvsnt server instead, it's easy. And there is no need to set the environment variable; for your initial checkout you can use then -d option, and afterwards, you work inside your sandbox so CVSROOT is already known. __________________________________________________ Correo Yahoo! Espacio para todos tus mensajes, antivirus y antispam ¡gratis! ¡Abrí tu cuenta ya! - http://correo.yahoo.com.ar