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On Tue, 3 Oct 2006 16:31:15 +0300, "Onur Gungor" <Onur.gungor at gateelektronik.com.tr> wrote: >I use CVSNT server with Tortoise CVS client. If I work locally I can >use the pserver protocol to check-out and commit processes without any >problem; but if I try to use the same protocol from another pc in the >network I got an error message which was below: > >"cvs [checkout aborted]: the :pserver: access method is not available on >this system > > Error, CVS operation failed" > >But if I use command promt screen instead of TortoiseCVS interface I can >complete both check-out and commit operations without any problems. > >What may cause this problem? How can I fix it? > You just described that working from the command prompt on the remote machine is no problem, but using Tortoise is a problem... Then I suggest you ask in the Tortoise mail list/news group since CVSNT does work as expected... HTH /Bo (Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)