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On Mon, 20 Mar 2006 16:25:42 -0000, "Brereton, Stephen" <stephen.brereton at york.gov.uk> wrote: >I must be missing some obvious points somewhere.... > > >My server setup is as follows: >Server 1 (test/dev) has CVSNT installed >Server 2 (live) has the client installed. >Both servers on same network, same subnet. Same DOMAIN??? Or same Workgroup?? >I've installed CVSNT (2.5.03) and seem to have got my repo set up - this is >running on a w2k server on a network. Which build number? 1.5.03.xxxx (gve the xxxx number too) > >The trouble comes when I try to access the repo from the other server, that >hosts the live copies of the files. >I'm trying to figure out which protocol is right, and what the repo name etc >should be, and I'm getting nowhere! Normally for a setup like above you should use SSPI only. > >I don't actually need any security, since there is only me using this setup. > >I've tried PSERVER and SSERVER, and the best I can get is 'no such >repository' These need server side configuration and client side logins. But SSPI does not and is much simpler to get going. > >the configuration settings I have are: >servername: cn-test >name /councilnetcvs/intranet.york.gov.uk >root e:/councilnetcvs/intranet.york.gov.uk >description councilnet > >using PSERVER, I get to >"no such repository" > Check out this tutorial, it may help get you going: http://web.telia.com/~u86216177/InstallCVSNT25.html /Bo (Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)