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On Mon, 18 Dec 2006 14:42:37 +0530, "Manjunath Reddy Mittapalli" <manjunathm at virtusa.com> wrote: >I am new to this area. > >Had installed cvsnt-2.5.03.2151 as server on windows 2000 OS and in the >client machine [windows XP] I have configured win cvs 1.20. If you strated out new now then: - Why did you choose 2.5.03.2151 as server? It is a rather old version and you should be better of with the latest stable which is build 2382. - WEhy did you choose WinCvs 1.20???? That is about 4-5 years old by now and is in no way a supported version anywhere. Do yourself a favour and get the latest release instead! > >Running into the following error when I try to login in win cvs. >---------------------------------- > >NEW CVSROOT: :pserver:manjunathm at 192.168.82.50:2401/CVSREPO (password >authentication) Looks like a malformed CVSROOT, should be: :pserver:manjunathm at 192.168.82.50:/CVSREPO or :pserver:manjunathm at 192.168.82.50:2401:/CVSREPO HTH /Bo (Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)