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"Arthur Barrett" <arthur.barrett at march-hare.com> wrote on 11/05/2007 08:37:59 PM: > Brian, > > > Eclipse 3.3. We > > Havn't tested that particular version - last I tested was 3.1... I had the same problem with 3.1, but upgraded to the latest to see if it made a difference. > > configured to > > emulate the old cvs functionality (respond as cvs 1.11 and > > the -n update > > There are two sets of "compatibility" options Compat 0 and Compat 1 - > ensure you are setting the options for NON-CVSNT clients. You need to > set ALL the compatibility options for non-cvsnt clients for Eclipse to > work. If you set the "wrong" option then if you do "cvs ver" from a > cvsnt client then the server will say it is version 1.11... Yes, I know. I fiddled with every possible combination of these, trying to get it to respond the way Eclipse is expecting, and it seems to make no difference whatsoever. > You may want to try used extnt if you can't get pserver to work, there > were instructions posted on the list about a year ago by someone... Did that too, but pserver seems better supported by Eclipse, so I was trying that too. extnt is where we will eventually have to go, because cvsnt is integrated with our AD server and Eclipse doesn't support sspi. For testing though, I was using pserver just to eliminate a few variables. Again, since you didn't address my real question, everything seems to work fine when I am running the server on Windows. It's only the Linux version that is broken. Can anyone explain this? Thanks! Brian