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On Mon, 14 May 2007 18:22:34 +0100, Tony Hoyle wrote: > That error message is generated entirely from the contents of the > readers/writers commands, and the global read only server flag. It's > got nothing to do with server aliases, or any kind of file access checks > (those are done later). The only other thing I can suggest is that the > alias does not point to the machine you think it does. > Hi Tony, That's not it. I can check out the repo without problems and it has the correct content. All update, log, checkout operations run fine. It's only when I try write type (tag, commit, edit) operation that I get the error. There is no readers file in CVSROOT and I am in the writers file. I definitely have write rights at the OS level. Any other ideas? Thanks, Rick