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Re: Setting up CVS
Re: Setting up CVS
Mon, 9 Jun 2003 17:19:10 -0700 (PDT)
Indeed, unfortunately I'm the new guy, and it's a small setup, and they've
just been throwing stuff together for the past 30 years or so, simply to get it
to work in the easiest way possible with the least amount of effort... It
started as an accounting firm, and then a computer programmer or two came
along... so I'm not to terribly happy with the setup. And I'm just a little
intern, soooo I'm just trying to improve things a bit and only have a slight
clue as to what I'm doing really... so I've spent most of my time reading
through quite a bit of documentation and just doing research on ways for Source
Code Management and other ways to improve security and the overall setup at
work... But now my brain hurts and I'm off work, so I'm going to relax for a
bit and come back for a bit more research... Thanks for the input. It's greatly
-Kristopher G. Hollingsworth
--- Gianni Mariani <address@hidden> wrote:
>Kristopher Hollingsworth wrote:
>>Yes, trying to set up a repository for Source Code, and the goal is
>>to have it running on 3-4 machines here in the office, all on a LAN. All
>> Windows machines. That's the goal, is just be able to have programmers
>>at each workstation be able to access the code on this machine being
>>used as the fileserver...
>I believe you're out of luck with Win98.
>You might be better of getting a linux box and running a pserver off that.
>You could also set up an NT/W2k machine as a CVS server.
>Has anyone tried using cvs directly with Windows shares running on Win98 ?
>(If I were you, I'd be very careful with this option and I'd test the
>heck out of it.)
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