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RE: Spam: RE: new cvs server issue

From: Gagneet Singh
Subject: RE: Spam: RE: new cvs server issue
Date: Tue, 4 Nov 2003 14:38:42 +0530


Effectively that is all that you have to do. Just check into which
folder you will be putting the unzipped folder and also change the user
& group permissions accordingly. (This is a compulsory step and is

In the cvspserver file if you are using the same folder as earlier no
change needs to be carried out otherwise you need to just change the
path of the repository. That should do the necessary changes required
and also you will have to change the path on the clients to reflect the
new path. Then just checkout the modules and start working. Do not
overwrite the older checked out copy as that might contain the address
or path of the older server in the CVS folder created in the local copy.

Hope this helps


|-----Original Message-----
|From: Vijay Kumar [mailto:address@hidden 
|Sent: Tuesday, 04 November, 2003 14:12 PM
|To: address@hidden
|Cc: 'info-CVS'
|Subject: Re: Spam: RE: new cvs server issue
|Thank you very much for your reply. 
|I have access to the old server and the new server. 
|So does this mean that :
|If I wish to transfer the code form the current server to the 
|new server I just have to zip the whole folder and then unzip 
|it in the new server? What changes will I have to make in the 
|new server's xinted.conf file ? 
|Please help. 
|Vijay Kumar. 

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