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Tortoise CVS is not a wrapper for anything CVSNT - it is a simple CVS client frontend. For user management, I haven't found any GUI tools, but you can always use the command line. In the config file set SystemAuth to yes if you want the OS to take care of authenticating users (the passwd file then just lists the accounts valid for cvs access) or not (the passwd file then lists the accounts, encrypted password, and account alias). cvs passwd deals with the passwd file. cvs -H passwd for options. Also, if you have multiple CVS clients installed, you'll have to make sure you're using the CVSNT one (cvs --version) because it's the only one that supports the passwd command (1.12 might, but I haven't encountered it in the wild yet). Alexandre O'Hara wrote: > Hi, > > I use Turtoise CVS for almost 4 years on a server. This server doesn't exist anymore so I've deceided to add an CVS server at my server (Apache, Php, Mysql, Mail, etc...). This is the hardest server I ever had to setup. I just don't understand how to setup it... I've pass trough help files and FAQ on the net and I still don't understand. Where is the damn command line ?!?!? How can I remote acess ??? Is there any Gui to setup repository and users etc etc ??? > > I'm lost. I'm frustrated to be stuck by a program that is supposed to be simple... Please gimme some hints. > > I need to setup this server very fast to continue my project and I need to know how creating users, let them modify their password, ad modules etc etc... > > Thx