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Re: Unable to install CVS Server on Windows OS

From: Derek Price
Subject: Re: Unable to install CVS Server on Windows OS
Date: Thu, 07 Jul 2005 11:04:08 -0400
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ravi.jain@polaris.co.in wrote:

>So, My requirement is to install CVS Server one machine and CVS Client on
>other machine for Windows OS Network which configuration is given below:-
>Operating System: Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional (32-bit)

The GNU CVS project does not run as a server by default on Windows.  If
you must use a Windows CVS server and GNU CVS, you need to install the
Cygwin UNIX tools and most likely follow the Cygwin SSHD HOWTO to set up
a Windows OpenSSH Server, then follow the CVS instructions for setting
up a CVS server for SSH access in the CVS manual.

Alternately, you might try the CVSNT project.  They forked from GNU CVS
some time ago, but implement a CVS-like Server on Windows NT and its
derivatives (2000, XP, ...).


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