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Hi all I installed a cvsnt 2.5 server on a redhat machine and the cvsnt client 2.5 on a w2k machine I would like to use the passwd command with user aliasing. What I did was: cvsnt passwd -r cvs -a cvsuser1 This command, as expected, created in passwd file the new entry: cvsuser1::cvs cvs is a "real" user (I can login into the machine via telnet using that). I can check out, update, and import modules into the repository, but when I try to commit from the client it says "you are unkown to the system". Of course, if I create a the real user cvsuser1 everything works fine. Is it a bug in cvsnt for linux? Any help aprreciated Thanx Marcello