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Re: cvs commit as root

From: Harry Putnam
Subject: Re: cvs commit as root
Date: Sat, 08 Dec 2001 05:12:12 -0800
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Harry Putnam <address@hidden> writes:

> address@hidden (Larry Jones) writes:
>> Harry Putnam writes:
>> >   
>>>   server.c:31:21: krb5.h: No such file or directory
>>>   make[3]: *** [server.o] Error 1
>> That's a bug in the configure script that has been fixed in the current
>> development version.  Do "make distclean" to get rid of the cached data
>> and then run "configure --without-gssapi".
> Is there cvs access to the development version? 

Answering my own question here.  
Yes there is but don't go looking for cvs.  That name is only there to
fool unsuspecting neophites.  he he.  I plowed thru the
setup, registered etc, and clickety clacked for 30 minutes before
finally noticing the module to ask for is ccvs.

I also noticed there seems to be no easy way to get a listing of
available modules using cvs client :pserver commands.  Maybe it is a
well hidden command, but searching the entire texinfo documentation
with regexp search like: 'show.*mod'  or 'list.*mod', turned up no
commands to do that.

Maybe the -c (cat) command would do it but a new registeree doesn't
have permission to run that at the directory level where a login lands

Surely there would be some simple way to list the directory a login
puts one.... no?

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