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>> I hoped that configuration eiter was done automatically or that there >> is now a better way than finding some obscure text file and open it in >> a non-obvious editor (nano or vi or the like) to change the contents >> to get it going. I never could come to grips with the linux way of >> doing things inside text config files with no help whatsoever as to >> correct syntax, available options etc.... > > Well, but you have to... > > The configuration file is > /etc/cvsnt/PServer > Many of the CVSNT server commands (like "cvs init") now do modify this file on your behalf - but our overriding design rule is to follow the standards for a platform. So on windows things are configured with a control panel (just like all windows servers) and on Linux it is configured with a text file in /etc (just like all linux servers). We're extending this all the time - linux will continue to be command line based, but windows will start to get a few more graphical tools (with CVSNT 2.5.04). EVS is different - it is going to be configured by a web browser regardless of the platform. See evscm.org for more info. Regards, Arthur