Absolute path not allowed

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Dan

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Aug 12, 2009
 
I used cvs version 1.11(client) and the command
c:\\cvs -d :ext:dan@cvsserver1:/srv/cvs/f rechen/elnrepo log -d "2009-12-08" -r1 "C:\path\filename.txt "
used to work.

Now we upgraded to cvs version 2.0.51d(client/server) and the same command is not working saying that "Absolute path C:\path\filename.txt is not allowed"

How should i modify the command so that will work on the upgraded version of cvs?
Dipshit

Charleston, IL

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Sep 9, 2009
 
This board is for CVS the drugstore, not for computer programming
Dan

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Sep 9, 2009
 
Isn't the cvs.exe a part of the CVS

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