According to John P. Looney:
>> Ah. I was trying to use CVSROOT/passwd, not /etc/passwd. That said, after
>> I still had no luck.
Read, man, read. You need an entry for the user in CVSROOT/passwd, but it
must map to a real user in /etc/passwd either through having the same username
or through mapping the user in the CVSROOT/passwd file. Any further problems
after than and you'll have to take kevin's approach of tracing the CVS process
waider at dspsrv.com / Chances are I'm not at home right now.
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