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Re: Q: How to provide pserver port number at cvs login?

From: Derek R. Price
Subject: Re: Q: How to provide pserver port number at cvs login?
Date: Tue, 14 Aug 2001 12:28:42 -0400

Martin Roehrig wrote:

> Hi,
> I try to connect to a CVS pserver where the port number is set 3000 (instead
> of the standard 2401).
> As long as I use the WinCVS client everything works fine, as they provide a
> settings panel where I can put the port number.
> Now I try to cvs login from the linux command line, but I don't succeed in
> passing the non-standard port number.
> How/where can I put it?
> Many thanks in advance
> Martin

It's a new feature, so you've got to be using 1.11.1p1 to use the feature.
Syntax is specified here:


Before 1.11.1p1 you had to change a C macro definition and recompile.


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