[cvsnt] Adding a new Repository

Charles Oram charlesoram at hotmail.com
Fri Mar 24 01:00:51 GMT 2006

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Jean-Francois Beaulac wrote:
>I've been trying to add a new repository to my cvsnt without any success 
>I am using  cvsnt 2.0.58c on Windows XP
>I currently have a repository on the Path C:\CVS\app1
>I want to add a new repository at C:\CVS\app2, so I did the command cvs -d 
>C:\CVS\app2 init
>It created the directory, with a CVSROOT directory in it. I also been able 
>to add users in the passwd file but I've not been able to log into it. I 
>receive the following error message:
>cvs [login aborted]: /CVS/app2/: no such repository
>did I miss something?

Did you add it to the CVSNT server's list of repositories? Run the CVSNT 
server control panel applet and add the repository on the "Repository 
Configuration" page.

- Charles

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