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FW: CVS setup
Gurpreet Singh (SCM)
FW: CVS setup
Tue, 15 Jul 2003 10:14:36 +0530
Yes I have installed 1.11.5 and is configured well on Suse linux 7.0.
I was trying the same with the RH and default it has is CVS 1.10.8. I will
do the same on this too....infact with the CVS 1.11.6
Query .... The updated manuals can be found in the package of CVS 1.11.6
itself or somewhere else ?
Anyways thanks for the quick response.
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Subject: Re: CVS setup
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> I just installed RH Linux 7.0 which had default CVS 1.10.8 While setting
> up CVS, I could not find the /etc/inetd.conf where we mention the access
> mode / cvsroot. I had being using /etc/inetd.conf earlier on Suse Linux
> 7.0. How and in which file I need to mention in RH 7.0 and 8.0.
CVS 1.10.8 is pretty old, I suggest you upgrade to one of the current
releases (1.11.6 is stable, 1.12.1 is experimental) that you can find at
www.cvshome.org. You'll also find updated manuals that have setup
instructions for xinetd (which is what you have) in addition to inetd.
It's hard to be religious when certain people are never
incinerated by bolts of lightning. -- Calvin
- CVS setup, Gurpreet Singh (SCM), 2003/07/15
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