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Gert-Jan, > I have the CVSNT installation now running on my Solaris 10 > machine but I run into exactly the same error. . . . > - If I try to login with user "test" and I get the error. > > C:\temp>cvs -d :pserver:test at nl02:/CVS login > Logging in to :pserver:test at nl02:2401:/CVS > CVS password: **** > cvs [login aborted]: Error reading from server nl02: 0: No > such file or directory I think this is a different problem since Gaurav can't login at all and is not using an alias user. Your problem is most likely either: * the permissions on the repository directory (can the user 'cvs' read/write/execute). * poor names CVS, cvs, CvS, cVs - just don't use the name CVS: ANYWHERE EVER AGAIN ANYTIME for a user, repository, alias, module, daughter, pet. Or CVSNT, or CVSROOT. Try calling your user 'repo_user' and your repository /repo. Regards, Arthur