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Josh Larsen wrote: > I am running CVSNT 2.5.03 (Scorpio) Build 2382 > I created a repository (F:/CVS/ejrepo). > Accessing the repository localy (CVSROOT="f:\CVS\ejrepo") I was able > to add a user and associate that user with my real account. I double > checked teh passwd file to make sure, it contains the line: > scorch:[Passwordish letters here]:Josh > > > But I am still not able to login using the pserver or any of the other > plugin types I have tried so far. > > for example: > cvs.exe -d ":pserver:scorch at 192.168.1.91:\CVS\ejrepo" login The \CVS\ejrepo bit looks wrong... when you configure cvsnt you normally set up an alias to the actual path (using the cvsnt control panel). > Outputs: > Logging in to :pserver:scorch at 192.168.1.91:2401:\CVS\ejrepo > CVS Password: > cvs2 [login aborted]: Error reading from server 192.168.1.91: -1: Unknown > error Its probably throwing back an error message but the client is a tad confused. Try adding -ttt to the command line and see if anything useful appears in the diags. > > Another attempt: > cvs -d ":sspi:scorch at 18.104.22.168:2401:f:\CVS\ejrepo" login > Logging in to :sspi:scorch at 22.214.171.124:2401:f:\CVS\ejrepo > CVS Password: > Can't authenticate - server and client cannot agree on an > authentication scheme(got '') > > I found a troubleshooting page that recomended running cvsservice.exe > manually, here is the result of that: > > cvsservice.exe -test > CVSNT 2.5.03 (Scorpio) Build 2382 (Jul 5 2006) starting in test mode. > TEMP/TMP currently set to F:\CVS\cvstemp > Initialising socket... > Starting auth server on port 2401/tcp... > Couldn't register with active directory: Configuration information could > not be read from the domain controller, either because the machine is > unavailable, or a ccess has been denied. > CVSNT initialised successfully You're not doing something silly like running cvsnt on XP Home are you? -- David Somers typographer/programmer/whatever