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Andrew, Thanks for the client log. You can turn it off again by using: set CVS_CLIENT_LOG= The client trace is a little difficult to work out - are you certain you used just: cvs ci -m "" If not can you do that again? Check that you are using a normal 'dash' character for the -m not a 'hyphen' (which is longer). What shell are you using - I'm assuming you are just using the standard cmd.exe not cygwin or something else? If it's not any of those then you have either a server or a client side cvsrc file set up. You can chcek for a sever side cvsrc using: cvs -d :sspi:localhost:/c-repo co -p CVSROOT/cvsrc If it is empty you will see an output like this: =================================================================== Checking out CVSROOT/cvsrc RCS: /c-repo/CVSROOT/cvsrc,v VERS: 1.1 *************** A local cvsrc file can be found with: type %HOME%\.cvsrc Regards, Arthur Barrett