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The command cvs -d :sspi:server-hostname:/repo-name rls launched from server machine's prompt works fine but i can't execute cvs info -b cvs info -r server-hostname because -b and -r options aren't supported by the cvs info command. Luigi Arthur Barrett ha scritto: > Luigi, > > >> When i try to checkout a module from the new cvsnt >> repository i get an error: >> cannot open CVS/Entries for reading: No such file or directory >> > > What is the actual command (including CVSROOT connection string)? > > >> Probably this error is due to in the repository is not included the >> cvsroot subfolder >> and so i have included a preceding version of that subfolder. Perhaps >> the new cvsroot subfolder is not >> compatible with that preceding version. What do you think about it? >> > > Whilst it would be 'best' to let CVSNT Server create a new CVSROOT, it > is not required. > > Ensure you have the server set up correctly first by running these > commands (substitute your own CVSROOT where applicable): > > cvs info -b > cvs info -r server-hostname > cvs -d :sspi:server-hostname:/repo-name rls > > Regards, > > > Arthur > > > __________ Informazione NOD32 3754 (20090109) __________ > > Questo messaggio è stato controllato dal Sistema Antivirus NOD32 > http://www.nod32.it > > > >