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RE: [WINCVS 1.2]cvs login

From: EXT-Corcoran, David
Subject: RE: [WINCVS 1.2]cvs login
Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2002 06:37:59 -0800

I had the same problem, although I'm using the .rhosts method. There is a
file on your client machine named Root in the CVS dir under the dir you are
using as working dir. Press F2 (in wincvs) and an explorer window will pop
up, pointing to the CVS dir.

The file Root has the path to the repository, in my case: 


davec is the user on the pmdbddev machine wherein the repo resides, and is
the name that gets pasted into the file $Log$, which is what, I presume, you


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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Guillaume Denry [mailto:address@hidden
> Sent: Sunday, February 17, 2002 6:40 AM
> To: address@hidden
> Subject: [WINCVS 1.2]cvs login
> When i make a cvs login with the GUI, I have *always* "name1" 
> as login, but
> my CVSROOT defined in admin, preferences is :pserver:address@hidden
> name1 was the first login I entered when I had installed 
> wincvs but it's
> impossible to me to delete it... and wincvs uses it to login.
> help me please
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