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Re: Practice CVS at home, which O/S?

From: Alex v. Below
Subject: Re: Practice CVS at home, which O/S?
Date: Wed, 3 Aug 2005 10:26:13 +0200

cvs will work pretty much the same on any Linux, Solaris or Mac OS. Windows is a very different breed though.

I can not recommend which OS you should get, but get Jen Vesperman's book: "Essential cvs". It shoud bring you up to speed quickly!



Am 03.08.2005 um 06:17 schrieb hightone:

Hi All,

I am very new to CVS, and would like to practice on it at home...I was
thinking that at the same time I can also learn a new OS, so I am
wondering if I should maybe try installing a version of Linux, or UNIX
on a home desktop machine. I am looking for suggestions as to which OS I should install. I have never used any Linux before. At work he have
Solaris, and I have only basic knowledge as a user of it, but we will
be converting to AIX at the end of the year... either way I am
basically just trying to widen my skill set, any advice would be
greatly appreciated.  One final thing, I need to get up and running on
CVS very quickly, as I will be the new CVS administrator in my

Thank in Advance,

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