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Dirk Weigenand wrote: > i have read that cvsnt prefers to store passwords in the windows > registry and not in the file .cvspass. > > Since we have clients on Unix machines and there is no such beast as > a registry what are the alternatives besides giving the password as > part of the repository specification (-d > :pserver:user:password at host:/repositoryname)? It's preferred on Windows, but the cvspass is still present on *nix. Just do a cvs -d ... login as normal and it'll set that up for you. Note that it is located in ~/.cvs/cvspass now. Regards, -- Glen Starrett Technical Account Manager, North America March Hare Software, LLC http://march-hare.com/cvspro/