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RE: CVS newbie questions

From: Jimmy Rimmer
Subject: RE: CVS newbie questions
Date: Fri, 14 Sep 2001 16:54:55 -0700

Yes, it can be done, and no, it's not difficult at all.  You won't even need
any information from your school's sysadmin (as someone else suggested) as
long as the school has ssh and cvs installed on their Solaris boxes.

Jimmy Rimmer, address@hidden
"We admire our teamwork and skill, forgetting, as always, the stupid way
we got into the situation in the first place.  If you do lots of dumb
things, you get to be a hero."  --Daniel Hays, _My Old Man and the Sea_

> -----Original Message-----
> From: David Rasmussen [mailto:address@hidden
> Sent: Friday, September 14, 2001 4:21 PM
> To: address@hidden
> Subject: Re: CVS newbie questions
> "Alex Holst" <address@hidden> wrote in message
> news:address@hidden
> > Quoting David Rasmussen (address@hidden):
> > > Can I create a repository at my university solaris 
> system, locally on my
> > > account on the system, and use that repository from my 
> portable computer
> and
> > > from my stationary computer at home? How? I know nothing 
> about CVS.
> >
> > What you want to do is difficult if you have no knowledge 
> about CVS.  You
> > will need to read the manual if you want to use CVS in this manner.
> >
> > I'm awfully sorry. We all are.
> >
> I _am_ going to learn about CVS, and read the manual etc., 
> but I just wanted
> to know if it can be done, and is not too difficult.
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