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Hello Dominic, FD> I've checked inetd.conf and it has the following FD> cvspserver stream tcp nowait root /usr/local/bin/cvs -f FD> --allow-root=/www_dev/cvsnt/repository pserver Looks ok, but you should omit the '--allow-root=..', cvsnt configures repositories via /etc/cvsnt/PServer. FD> This is also the command in the FD> # ls -l /usr/local/bin/cvs FD> -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 27436676 Jan 22 14:58 /usr/local/bin/cvs quite large, the binary... Did you build it your self? FD> I have checked the services manifest, this is on Solaris 10, and it also is FD> set to call the cvs binary. FD> <exec_method FD> type='method' FD> name='inetd_start' FD> exec='/usr/local/bin/cvs -f FD> --allow-root=/www_dev/cvsnt/repository pserver' FD> timeout_seconds='0'> FD> <method_context> FD> <method_credential user='root' group='root' /> FD> </method_context> FD> </exec_method> again the '--allow-root'... FD> I do not have experience with cvsnt, is there something I can try locally on FD> this host to confirm that my cvsnt install is working as it should before FD> attempting to run it using pserver? The test with telnet is quite ok. You can do a 'cvs version' and 'cvs info' also. Is lockserver running? netstat -n | grep 2401 netstat -n | grep 2402 -- Best regards, Richard mailto:richard at wirthware.de