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Re: Setting up CVS Repository
Re: Setting up CVS Repository
Wed, 7 Jan 2009 00:14:15 -0800 (PST)
It was nice to see ur quick response to my problem but would like you to go
through the original message where i have mentioned problems after importing
a project to the newly set CVS repository....
> Hi Mitul,
> CVS Configuration - Install CVS
> Use rpm or up2date or yum command to install cvs:
> rpm -ivh cvs
> up2date cvs
> yum install cvs
> apt-get install cvs
> Create a CVS user#
> useradd cvs
> # passwd cvs
> Above command will create a user cvs and group cvs with /home/cvs home
> Configure CVS
> Open /etc/profile and append following line:# vi /etc/profile
> Append following line:
> export CVSROOT=/home/cvs
> Save the file and exit to shell promot.
> Make sure your /etc/xinetd.d/cvs looks as follows:
> # less /etc/xinetd.d/cvsOutput:
> service cvspserver
> disable = no
> socket_type = stream
> wait = no
> user = cvs
> group = cvs
> log_type = FILE /var/log/cvspserver
> protocol = tcp
> env = '$HOME=/home/cvsroot'
> bind = 192.168.1.100
> log_on_failure += USERID
> port = 2401
> server = /usr/bin/cvs
> server_args = -f --allow-root=/home/cvsroot pserver
> Note: Replace 192.168.1.100 with your actual server IP address.
> Restart xinetd:# service xinetd restartAdd users to this group (see this
> howto for more info)
> # adduser username -g cvs
> # passwd usernameClient configuration
> Finally user can connect to this CVS server using following syntax:
> $ export CVSROOT=:pserver:<username>@<ip_Address>:/home/cvs
> $ cvs loginWhere,
> * Login - username
> * 192.168.1.100 - CVS server IP
> 1st Set CVS in /etc/profile as
> export CVSROOT in .bashrc file
> Creat a cvs directory
> mkdir -p /home/cvs
> cs /home/cvs/
> touch Entries
> touch Root
> touch Repository
> touch Templet
> vi Entries
> (should be empty)
> then save and close.
> vi Repository
> edit as "./"
> then save and close
> vi Root
> it shoud contain your path name...
> eg:- pwd >> Root
> save and quit
> Vi Templet
> edit BugID:
> save and close
> On Shell prompt
> cvs init
> cvs checkout ./
> cvs add <filename>
> cvs commit or ci <filename>
> and have a look bellow links too..
> if you are facing any problem then let me know..
> --- On Wed, 7/1/09, meteor <address@hidden> wrote:
> From: meteor <address@hidden>
> Subject: Setting up CVS Repository
> To: address@hidden
> Date: Wednesday, 7 January, 2009, 10:08 AM
> Hi all,
> I am not too much into using CVS for my day-to-day work but recently I was
> required to set up a local CVS repository for my routine work.
> As it was my first foray into anything related into CVS and had to seek
> from the post on Google to set up a local CVS repository. Although I was
> able to do it successfully but there was something that every post on
> had mentioned about importing a project in my CVS repository but did not
> work out for me. The posts mentioned that after importing the project into
> the repository and after receiving the 'No conflicts' message I need to
> remove that project from the repository and than do Checkout (CO) to get
> back the project. But since I have either moved/removed the project from
> repository the Checkout does not work saying 'No such module found' and
> according me is a valid thing to happen. So just want to know if my
> assumption about this is right or not and if it is then why do the posts
> mention about removing/moving the project from the repository after it has
> been imported. Also let me know if i don't do that what could be the
> problems that i could face in future.
> Any help is appreciated.
> Thanking you all in advance
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