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James Neave wrote: [snip] > So far I have removed the line I added to the modules file, that didn't > help. You might also need to do the following: If on linux, stop cvslockd, stop xinetd, kill any cvs processes that may be lingering, restart xinetd, restart cvslockd. If on Windows: try restarting the cvs and cvs lock services. > The next thing I was thinking of trying was upgrading the server to the > latest version (cvsnt-2.5.03.2382) Probably a good move... IIRC there were some problems with modules in earlier releases. David Somers MISTD MBCS = typographer/programmer/whatever