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Yongwei Wu wrote: > First, the format of CVSROOT is not formally described (at least no > dedicated section for it that can be easily found). Second, it works > when I set CVSROOT to CVSROOT is actually rather well documented since it hasn't really changed much since the old unix days so the old documentation is still perfectly valid. Chapter 2, in fact.. http://www.cvsnt.org/manual/html/Remote-repositories.html > :sspi:localhost:/cvshome/scripts > > but not when it is set to > > :sspi:cvshome:/cvshome/scripts > > (I have `127.0.0.1 cvshome' in HOSTS.) If you have to set the hosts file then your networking is not working. Windows already knows the hostname of every host on your network, configured from your domain controller. Fix that first, and it'll just work. Without that not even pserver will work. Tony