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Uwadi, Please contact the mailing list - not me directly. > A million thanks for your quick and useful help. The first > three error > messages have been resolved using your suggestion but you did not say > anything about the fourth (and last) error message... > > "Scanning for web log URL on server > > Trying http://tor-db02/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/... > . > . > . > Module list not available for server tor-db02. Ask your > administrator to either install a web browser interface > on the server (CVSweb or ViewCVS) or > add the modules to the CVSROOT/modules file. Meanwhile, > you'll have to find the module name elsewhere." That message is issued by TortoiseCVS, it's not a CVSNT error: http://www.tortoisecvs.org/support.shtml TortoiseCVS is fantastic at managing sandboxes, but I recommend CVS Suite Studio for managing repositories, just drag folders from your PC onto the server to add them or drag them from the server to a folder to check out: http://march-hare.com/cvsnt/features/workmgr/en.asp Regards, Arthur Barrett