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Nick Duane wrote: [snip] > Here is my environment variable: > > C:\data\temp\cvsinit>set $CVSROOT > $CVSROOT=:sspi:redbonemobile:/pom Don't prefix with a $. set CVSROOT=:sspi:redbonemobile:/pom [pom? That's not some Antipodean joke is it? :-) ] > The docs show all the environment variables with the preceeding $, not > sure if that's just indicating they are environment variables or the > variable is > actually supposed to have the prepended $. In any case I tried it both > with and without the $ and the behavior was the same. $ (or to a lesser extend #) is the linux/unix prompt... just imagine its C:>. BTW, when you are working in a sandbox, the CVSROOT environment variable is ignored... the system will magically use the same CVSROOT setting that was used when the sandpit was created (use the -d gloabl option to override) David.