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Re: CVS and Port Forwarding

From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: Re: CVS and Port Forwarding
Date: Thu, 09 May 2002 12:00:44 -0400
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Steve P wrote:

Here's a problem I'm facing...hopefully you can help

I have CVS sitting on an NT machine that sits behind a firewall for which I
have set up port forwarding.  The specified port is 1000.  The cvs root is

what would be the correct string to access this?

In other words:  address@hidden:1000:c:/cvsroot doesn't work.  Again,
what would be correct?

Many thanks,


Your best bet is probably to set up the cvsroot such that you don't need the drive specification - something like //mymachine/cvsroot. Then use the pserver spec as specified in the manual.



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