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Hi Arthur Thank you very much for your reply. I have checked: "Check that the following file exists: /usr/local/lib/cvsnt/default_trigger.so" And can confirm that this file does not exist. In fact the whole folder doesn't exist! I have 4 .so library files in the folder: /usr/local/lib/sparcv9/cvsnt/triggers/. They are called audit.so, checkout.so, email.so and info.so. I used the pkgadd -d cvsnt-2.5.03.2260-sol9-sparc64 to install CVSNT but it didn't install it in the path that you mention in your mail. Instead it was installed in: /usr/local/lib/sparcv9/cvsnt/ by default. I have also confirmed that the file default_trigger.so does not exist in this folder. Yes I have installed the 64bit version, I will start a download of the 32bit version in the mean time. Thank you. Rudi On 7/20/07, Arthur Barrett <arthur.barrett at march-hare.com> wrote: > > Rudi, > > > I have installed CVSNT (2.5.03.2382) on Solaris 10 (Sparc) > > from the Solaris > > 9 (Sparc) installer as per the recommendation on: * > > > I do however get the following warning message every > > time I try and ADD or COMMIT files to my repository: > > "cvs server: Couldn't open default trigger library: No such file or > directory". > > That is a serious error. I think you mis-read Bo's comments in the > newsgroup. The message was regarding CVSNT 2.5.04 I think, and in that > version the default trigger still exists, it is not called > default_trigger.dll though, it is called "info" - but all that is > irrelevant - since you are using CVSNT 2.5.03. > > Check that the following file exists: > /usr/local/lib/cvsnt/default_trigger.so > > Also set your LD_LIBRARY_PATH to include /usr/local/lib/cvsnt (though I > think this step is not really necessary). > > Note: If you installed the package at a different root then uninstall > and re-install in the default location. You cannot override the default > install location with CVSNT. > > Note: if you installed the 64 bit Solaris build - uninstall it and > re-install the 32 bit build first (the 64 bit build is rather tricky, > and unless you are going to have large RCS files (> 300Mb) then is > unnecessary). > > Regards, > > > Arthur Barrett >