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>> Bruno GAUTIER wrote: >> >>> 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" >> >> d:\cvs\systemmgr is not an ideal cvsroot... as Glen said earlier, set up an >> alias using the cvsnt control panel applet (e.g. \systemmgr) that maps to >> your physical root (i.e. d:\cvs\systemmgr) then get your clients to refer >> to the respository via the alias. >> >> FWIW, /d//cvs/systemmgr is not the same as d:\cvs\systemmgr (but it was >> under earlier versions of cvsnt). > > Thanks for your help Hello, your solution has solved the problem. I only create an alias for each repositories, so Linux and Windows have the same CVSRoot and it works well. Thansk Bruno