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Re: CVS on Win98

From: Vladimir Kozlov <Vladimir.Kozlov@idm.ru>
Date: Wed, 9 Jun 1999 12:38:14 +0400
Message-ID: <008e01beb253$6aeb7c80$5209e2c2@idm.ru>
To: "Steinar Bang" <sb@metis.no>
Cc: <www-lib@w3.org>
Thanks - setting HOME environment is what CVS need! Now it works!!!

Kind regards,


----- Original Message ----- 
From: Steinar Bang <sb@metis.no>
To: <www-lib@w3.org>
Sent: Wednesday, June 09, 1999 11:32 AM
Subject: Re: CVS on Win98

> >>>>> "Vladimir Kozlov" <Vladimir.Kozlov@idm.ru>:
> > Sorry for this stupid question but are there some difficulties with
> > CVS on Win98? I've just move to new computer with Win98 and all that
> > I got is:
> > D:\Projects\libwww\cvs>cvs -d :pserver:anonymous@dev.w3.org:/sources/public
> > login (Logging in to anonymous@dev.w3.org) CVS.EXE [login aborted]: could not
> > find out home directory: No such file or directory
> > On NT everything is OK...
> Hm... NT has a concept of home directory.  Win95/98 doesn't.
> The first thing I would try to find out, is where CVS looks for the
> .cvspass file when it doesn't have a home directory.
> If I couldn't find any information about this, I would try setting the 
> HOME environment variable to point to the NT home directory in the
> autoexec.bat file.  If that didn't work, I would try putting the
> .cvspass file in C:\.
> If that didn't work either, I would be fresh out of ideas...:-)
Received on Wednesday, 9 June 1999 04:38:21 GMT

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