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problem with cvs ls command or init

From: TERME Jean-Louis
Subject: problem with cvs ls command or init
Date: Thu, 08 Jul 2004 10:36:42 +0200

I am a beginner with CVS. Tryin gto understand it I woul dbegin step by
Environment: PC on Windows NT4.0 service pack 6, administrator rights.
WINCVS release 2.0.41a

1) After installation, I run the following commands in one DOS window, and I
the error message. CVSDIAG gives the following result.

C:\>set cvsroot

C:\>cvs init

C:\>cvs version
Concurrent Versions System (CVSNT) 2.0.41a (client/server)

C:\>cvs ls
Listing modules on server

cvs ls: cannot open directory C:/work/CVS/REPOSIT/REPOSIT: No such file or
cvs ls: skipping directory

CVSNT Diagnostic output

Server version: 2.0.41a
OS Version: Windows NT 4.0.1381 (Service Pack 6)

CVS Service installed: No
LockService installed: No

pserver installed: No
sserver installed: No
sspi installed: No
ext installed: No

Installation Path: (no value)
Repository Prefix: (no value)
Repository 0: (no value)
Repository 1: (no value)
Repository 2: (no value)
Repository 3: (no value)
CVS Temp directory: (no value)
CA Certificate File: (no value)
Private Key File: (no value)
CVS Temp directory: (no value)
Impersonation: No
Local Users Only: No
Fake Unix CVS: No
Default LockServer: (no value)
Disable Reverse DNS: No
Server listen port: 0

Temp dir readable by current user: Yes
Repository0 readable by current user: Yes
Temp dir writable by current user: Yes

AV files detected:

Installed Winsock protocols:

1001: MSAFD Tcpip [TCP/IP]
1002: MSAFD Tcpip [UDP/IP]


2) I cannont obtain the CVS manual (HTML error), and I notify this other
problem to the
web administrator. 

What do I need to do to start in a correctly initialized context ?

Jean-Louis TERME
EYYAN, Avionics Project Manager
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