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Hi, i have an ssh reposetory running in a chrooted SSH Server with the "good old" CVS Version - CVSNT forked from around 1.11.1 from what i heard. Server is running fine using private keys and an cvsroot like : :ssh;username=cvsdaniel;hostname=xxxx;port=22xx:/home/cvs and the old cvs version running on the server. >cvs_old --version Concurrent Versions System (CVS) 1.12.9 (client/server) I also got cvsnt working local: cvs -d ":local:/home/cvs" checkout xxxx (started in the chroot) init also works so local version is quite happy with the old paths. Accessing it remote over ssh i only get "/home/cvs: no such repository" but more details later. I wonder if the new "-D CVS_prefix_directory" is maybe a problem. I dont have any env variables set in this chroot cvs server concerning cvs. I also did some small tests with -D option and cvsnt always reported an error that this is a invalid option. >cvsnt --version Concurrent Versions System (CVSNT) 2.5.03 (Scorpio) Build 2151 (client/server) Anybody have hints or a clue whats wrong with the paths? Why i get this error message (cvs [server aborted]: /home/cvs: no such repository) using wincvs (ssh) to access to cvs server? Thx in advance Daniel