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Hello! I have still problems with segfaults (see news from 2007-11-30 ...). You recommended to enable auditing. In Bo Berglunds Auditing Tutorial http://web.telia.com/~u86216177/CVSNTAuditing.html he describes how to configure SQLite database on a Windows Server, using the CVSNT control panel to create the tables. How can I use/initialize SQLite on Debian? Like described for Windows Server, I created an empty file /mnt/raid/home/xy/sqlite/CVSNT /etc/cvsnt/Plugins: AuditTrigger=1 /etc/cvsnt/PServer: ************** AuditDatabaseName= /mnt/raid/home/xy/sqlite/CVSNT # AuditDatabasePassword= # AuditDatabaseUsername= AuditDatabaseType=1 # 1 - Sqlite # AuditDatabasePrefix= AuditLogSessions=1 # All server connections/commands AuditLogCommits=1 # Log changes due to commits AuditLogDiffs=1 # Store diffs in commit log AuditLogTags=1 # Log tagging operations AuditLogHistory=1 # Log cvs history *************** I also tried AuditDatabasePassword= AuditDatabaseUsername= and AuditDatabasePassword=pw AuditDatabaseUsername=myuser (... I never created a user 'myuser' - where could I do this?!) but I always get the following message when trying a simple diff-command with WinCVS: Audit trigger initialiasation failed: Open failed: Open failed cvsnt server: Pre-command check failed What is necessary to get SQLite working on Debian? Or if it's better to use MySQL: How can I configure/create the tables in MySQL? Thanks in advance! MusiMeli