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> Bruno GAUTIER wrote: >> I will try as soon as possible. Without doing anything, the control panel >> already display my repositories. So, I have to remove them and add them >> again ? > > No, shouldn't need to. > >> But, why only Linux clients have problems, not windows clients ? > > There shouldn't be a difference. You might have permissions issues, assuming > you are using the same CVSROOT on both Win and Linux. Use the security event > log to track down where failures are happening in the authentication or > denials on file accesses. > > I didn't notice that bit of your symptoms in your original post. I thought > it was affecting all your clients. > > Regards, As I wrote in the first post, the only probleme we had after the migration concerns only the linux client. They couldn't log on the repository. Everything was OK for windows without changing anything (on the server or on the client). CVSROOTs are roughly the same : Windows : ":pserver;username=MyName;hostname=srvwin:d:\cvs\systemmgr" Linux : ":pserver:Myname at srvwin:/d//cvs/systemmgr" Bruno