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RE: access cvs server problem, please advise

In bash, when I log in cvs site, the strange thing happend. Look into the
password area, I keyed in "anoncvs", it shows the password "v" and showed
"v" in the next command line.

I set HOME = c:\cygwin

bash-2.05a$ cvs -d login
Logging in to
CVS password: v
cvs.exe login: authorization failed: server rejected
access to /cvs/eco
s for user anoncvs
bash-2.05a$ vecho $HOME
bash: vecho: command not found
bash-2.05a$ echo $HOME

-----Original Message-----
From: Jonathan Larmour []
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2002 10:33 AM
To: Jing Luo
Cc: 'Pete Barrie';
Subject: Re: [ECOS] access cvs server problem, please advise

Jing Luo wrote:
> Now, I can't aceess cvs server.
> Last Thursday, I can access.
> But today, I tried to login or update cvs source, it returned:
> cvs -d login
> Logging in to
> CVS password:anoncvs
> cvs login: failed to open C:\/.cvspass for reading: No such file or
> directory
> cvs [login aborted]: fatal error: exiting
> I can ping, but I can't telnet to it.

Looks like your "HOME" environment variable is st to C:\ which doesn't look

Are you sure you are using the *cygwin* CVS client? If so, from a cygwin
bash prompt what does "echo $HOME" return?

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