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RE: login cvs from Linux on windows directory

From: Arthur Barrett
Subject: RE: login cvs from Linux on windows directory
Date: Wed, 15 Jun 2005 05:37:13 +1000


If the windows server is using CVSNT server and the repository is stored in 
D:\CVS then the repository will also have a "root name", which can be anything, 
eg: "/fred/".  It is the "root name" you want to append to the CVSROOT.  If 
there is no root name defined then use :pserver:address@hidden:d:/cvs or use 

CVSNT questions are better directed to the CVSNT newsgroup:
If it is a CVSNT server, the Linux client of CVSNT will give you more features 
than the standard CVS Linux client.

Using the directory name "CVS" on Windows or Linux is generally a bad idea 
(it's a reserved word). D:\CVSREPO would have been better...


Arthur Barrett

-----Original Message-----
From: address@hidden [mailto:address@hidden On Behalf Of Travos Xavier
Sent: Monday, 13 June 2005 5:51 AM
To: address@hidden
Subject: login cvs from Linux on windows directory

Hy all,

I am using cvs from a linux platform and the cvs
directory is on a server. My problem is that the cvs
directory for the server in on a windows host D:\CVS.

How to login ? Im doing
:pserver:address@hidden:???? because it is not
linux directory /usr/cvs for example.

Thanks for help.




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