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--- Erhalten von I0.U114371 051 220 26 41 04.06.07 15.00 Hello; We have used cvsnt 2.0.9 for a long time. We used absolute repository prefixes as most of the clients are eclipse-based and early eclipse- versions had problems synchronizing cvsnt without absolute prefix. We've moved to cvsnt 2.5.03 now. All works fine except Connecting a repository from Linux Clients ========================================== With 2.0.9 we used CVSROOT=:pserver:user at host/d//repo/foo Now with 2.5.03 using the cvsroot above the cvs reponse is '/d//repo/foo: no such repository'. I know the absolute repository prefix is bad, we have changed this for most repositories to relative prefixes. But some repositories still want to use the old, absolute prefix. Is it possible to connect such repositories under linux? Thank you for any help... Ivo ---- 04.06.07 15.00 ---- Gesendet an ------------------------------------ -> cvsnt at cvsnt.org cvsnt downloads at march-hare.com @CVSNT on Twitter CVSNT on Facebook