[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
Mon, 26 Mar 2001 10:41:41 -0000
I am a new recruit starting out on the cvs system. I had just
subscribed to the mailing list and seen these instructions. I have
completed the following steps on the setup of the cvs service on a
windows 2000 machine:
1.) Downloaded the pre-compiled version of CVSNT at
2.) Unzipped it into C:\cvs
3.) Added the directory to the system path
( Do i need to create a CVSROOT system variable).
4.) Created a new directory, C:\Repo
5.) cvs init -d C:\Repo
6.) ntservice -i C:\Repo
8.) net start cvs
The service is starting, but i am unable to connect using a client,
wincvs( I have installed wincvs). I am using a password file placed
And also when wincvs starts what are the preferences, CVSROOT and the
authentication that we have to set.There are instructions galore out
there, but not of much help.
Can you take some time out and advise me as to how to proceed.
|[Prev in Thread]
||[Next in Thread]|
- SOS -cvsclient,