|Subject:||error: /bin/sh : cvs: commanf not found|
|Date:||Sun, 8 May 2005 16:38:01 +0800|
I am a newbie to cvs. Just recently managed to install cvs on my westhost vps (it wasn’t great at all, no root permission, no xinetd.conf access). I planned to tunnel cvs connection thru SSH connection because there is no xinetd config file available on my vps. Anyway, I seem to have successfully installed cvs-1.11.5 on that vps by attaching prefix during configure so that it installs at other location (/usr/local/libcvs/)
Everything looks good. CVSROOT has been setup correctly in .bashrc (CVSROOT=/usr/home/cvsroot; export CVSROOT). Path to cvs bin has also been included (export PATH="$PATH:/usr/local/libcvs/bin"). Did a cvs init, CVSROOT repository created successfully. Tried importing test projects, check in check out, all works.
However now I am stucked here. Those were performed during SSH session. i would like to use cvsgui (eg. tortoisecvs) to access my server. So I configure toirtoisecvs to connect to my server over SSH.
Below is the CVSROOT I put in tortoisecvs:
And also this
I did even try this
CVSROOT:ext:address@hidden:/usr/home/cvsroot CVS_SERVER=/usr/local/libcvs/bin CVS_RSH=ssh
All the above setting allows me to login. It did prompt me for password. However during the checkout it gave me this error: “ /bin/sh: cvs: command not found ”
I have tried various combination of CVSROOT however all of them returned me the same error, command not found. I re-checked back to server, login thru SSH (I use SSH Secure Client), did a cvs import, checkout, etc, they all works flawlessly.
I did try other gui (wincvs) and it gave me the same error as well.
I would be pleased and greatly appreciate if anyone can advise me accordingly.
Thank you very much.
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