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Devi, > Login to server via Putty (a-okay) > At server command line: > cvs -d :pserver:myid at IPaddress:/full_path_to_repository_root login > Error returned " . . . no such repository" Note: physical paths mean nothing in CVSNT - they are a security risk: cvs -d :pserver:myid at IPaddress:/alias_path_as_defined login When you init'ed the repository you will have defined a physical and a logical 'alias' - it's the alias you should use: http://cvsnt.org/manual/html/init.html Please submit the relavent information with support requests: http://www.march-hare.com/cvspro/faq/faq2.asp#2z Without knowing the version of CVSNT on the server and the /etc/cvsnt/PServer we'd only be speculating. Note: the mailing list rejects attachments and messages over 8K so only submit the relavent parts of the config files etc. Note: the most common cause of this error are: 1) that the repository is not registered in /etc/cvsnt/PServer 2) /etc/cvsnt/PServer is not readable by all users 3) /full_path_to_repository_root should be /alias_path_as_defined You can also try using SSH: cvs -d :ssh:myid at IPaddress:/alias_path_as_defined login Regards, Arthur Barrett