QVCS Unable to Checkout SUO files

I used QVCS a while ago and need source control again, so I’m a returning user.

I’ve got the latest trial [3.10.15], running on Vista x64, quad processor, 4GB memory and 500GB HD.

I created a simple project, no problems in creating the project. But when I check it out I get an error on SUO file.

I’m not sure if I need to source control this file or not, but that shouldn’t be a problem if I do, as far as I know.

UPDATE:
SUO files don’t need to be checked in. The problem appears to be that the SUO file is “hidden” in Windows. Problem solved.
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Alienware System Configuration

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EVGA NForce 680I SLI MB
CORE 2 QUAD EXTREME 2.66GHZ QX6700 8M Cache
4 GB Memory
EVGA NVIDIA GEFORCE 8800 GTX 768MB PCI-E
2 SeaGate 250GB HD, 8MB Cache, 7200 rpm in Raid 0 Array [System and Programs]
2 Western Digital 250GB HD, 16MB Cache, 7200 rpm in Raid 0 Array [Video]
NEC [OptiArc] DVD RW AD-7170A Dual Layer DVD burner
Sony DVD RW DW-D26A Dual Layer DVD Burner
ATECH 28 IN 1 MEDIA READER
Samsung 210T 21″ LCD Monitor 1600×1200 resolution
Logitech Comfort Wireless Keyboard / Mouse

Running Retail Windows Vista Ultimate x64 operating system

As delivered by Alienware the configuration was:

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1 | AREA-51 7500-R4

1 | FULL-TOWER BLACK CASE 2.0B
1 | EVGA NFORCE 680I SLI MB
1 | D- CORE 2 DUO EXTREME 2.66GHZ QX6700 8M
4 | PDP 1GB DDR2 LOW LATENCY PC-6400 AW96
2 | SEAGATE 250GB SATA 3G 7200RPM 8MB CACHE NCQ
1 | NEC 18X DUAL LAYER DVD±R/W RAM RECORDER
1 | ATECH 28 IN 1 MEDIA READER
1 | INTEGRATED HIGH-DEF AUDIO NVIDIA C55-MB
1 | EVGA NVIDIA GEFORCE 8800 GTX 768MB PCI-E
1 | VISTA ULTIMATE COA 32 BIT
1 | ALIENWARE DIGITAL DOWNLOAD STORE
1 | ALIENFX SOFTWARE VERSION 1.05
1 | POWERDVD 7 FOR VISTA 8CH
1 | NERO 7 R5.9 DL
1 | VISTA RESPWAN KIT
1 | SYMANTEC GHOST CORPORATE VERSION 8 (LICENSE)
1 | OWNER IDENTIFICATION CARD
1 | ELC TO MOTHERBOARD PWR/HD CABLE REV3
1 | ELC TO MOTHERBOARD USB CABLE REV3
1 | ALIENWARE MAIN BOARD RGB REV 4
1 | CONTROL ELC SW CARD
1 | AVC PENTIUM 4 DUAL CORE HSF Z9H741K001
1 | GX2 G80 DUAL SLOT CARD KEEPER
1 | 1 KILOWATT OEM ATX PSU
1 | 1 KILOWATT MOUNTING BRACKET AMTEK
1 | 1 KW POWER CORD
1 | 3.5? TO 5.25? EXTERNAL DEVICE ADAPTER
1 | ELC MAGENTA
1 | RAID 0 STRIPING 2 DRIVES
1 | 4-YR 24/7 WARRANTY
1 | ON-SITE WARRANTY
1 | PERIPHERALS
1 | BLACK BASIC OPTICAL MOUSE
1 | ALIENWARE MOUSE PAD
1 | VISTA RECOVERY DVD
1 | VISTA SUPPORT CD – AREA-51 7500 R4
1 | NERO 7 R5.9
1 | ALIENWARE DESKTOP BINDER VISTA
1 | STANDARD KEYBOARD BLACK

KDevelop project fails to build with CVS

SUSE 10.1, KDE 3.5.5, KDevelop 3.3.5, Cervisia 2.4.5

[RESOLVED 10 Nov 2006]
To build successfully after moving a project, use Build >> Clean Project, followed by Build >> Run Automake & Friends and Build >> Run Config.

I’m trying to learn to use source control with KDevelop. CVS seems the most popular and most stable. I looked briefly at SVN, but the GUI tool seems immature compared with Cervisia. But I can’t get CVS and KDevelop to play nicely together.
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