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Marc, Please keep newsgroup discussions on the newsgroup. > Ok. I turned off auditing, and created the repository > again. Then I re-enabled auditing. Now I get the same > error message while checking CVSROOT out from the server. OK - so you have not done what I told you to do: > You need to set the password for the auditing account using > old_password() check the MySQL site for details - the CVSNT > server uses a built in MySQL 3.23 client (it was the last one > that mySQL allowed to be distributed without charge, ie: LGPL). > Seems to me there are two issues: > 1) CVSNT cannot support MySQL greater than > 3.23, this needs to be documented. > 2) CVSNT is hard-coded to expect MySQL to > be installed at C:\mysql. This is a bug. Neither of these is true. On my laptop I am running MySQL 4.?? And it is installed on d: - we don't document things that are not true. This is an open source project - meaning you have the right to contribute to the project - if you feel more documentation is needed - please write it and submit it to the project. > I don't know much about the architecture > of the Auditing plug-in, but wouldn't it > be better to use an ODBC connection rather > than relaying on an outdated MySQL client? We you can try the "SQL Server/ODBC" connector instead - I've not tried it since the MySQL one works fine. This is an open source project - meaning you have the right to contribute to the project - if you feel a new connector is needed - feel free to write it and submit it to the project. Regards, Arthur Barrett