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(newbie) Which is the actual cvsroot?/remote repository access

From: Mazza, Glen R., ,CPMS
Subject: (newbie) Which is the actual cvsroot?/remote repository access
Date: Thu, 19 Dec 2002 16:28:43 -0500


1.) Using Linux (Redhat 8.0) I set up a cvs repository at
/usr/local/cvsroot.  That created a subdirectory named CVSROOT underneath
it.  Now, whenever a command requests "the path to CVS root" (e.g., in
setting up xinetd pserver service, checkout/update commands, etc.)--I'm
confused which directory CVS considers as the root:  /usr/local/cvsroot or

2.) Also, in trying to access a Linux CVS server from Windows NT, do I need
WinCVS or another CVS client on my NT machine if using pserver
authentication?  (I would like to do CVS commands using Ant--I installed
WinCVS, but I think WinCVS may be unnecessary for my purposes.)


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