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Re: CVS Unix to Linux Migration

From: Todd Denniston
Subject: Re: CVS Unix to Linux Migration
Date: Thu, 05 Feb 2009 08:58:57 -0500
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Rez wrote, On 02/04/2009 05:35 PM:
Date: Wed, 4 Feb 2009 09:58:47 -0500> From: address@hidden> To: address@hidden> CC: address@hidden> Subject: Re: CVS Unix to Linux Migration> > Rez wrote, 
On 02/04/2009 12:49 AM:> > Hi Everyone> > > > I'm in the midst of migrating our current repository > > from an old Solaris box > > to a new 
Redhat(CentOS 5.2) linux box.> > > > CVS is installed, configured, and all set up on the new server. > > Users have been re-created and setup in 
/etc/passwd. > > I created a test Repo and from a Windows client machine > > using WinCVS I managed to connect via the > > pserver method and checkout a 
project/module successfully.> > I assume this means you have modified the /etc/xinet.d/cvs file correctly and > thus inet recognizes calls to it on 2401.
Yes, I can both telnet to the port and connect via a cvs client to the server. Would you please check the content of my file to make sure it's ok, thanks: $ cat /etc/xinetd.d/cvs# default: off# description: The CVS service can rec=
ord the history of your source \#              files. CVS stores all the ve=
rsions of a file in a single \#              file in a clever way that only=
 stores the differences \#              between versions.service cvspserver=
{        disable =3D no        port                    =3D 2401        sock=
et_type             =3D stream        protocol                =3D tcp      =
  wait                    =3D no        user                    =3D root   =
     passenv                 =3D PATH        server                  =3D /u=
sr/bin/cvs        env                     =3D HOME=3D/cvs        server_arg=
s             =3D -f --allow-root=3D/cvs pserver#       bind               =

Res, can you see if hotmail will let you turn off "quoted-printable" & HTML & RTF, and thus let you send plain text?

I find your replies difficult to interpret to the point I usually only reply to your original posts (which for some reason are readable).

Todd Denniston
Crane Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC Crane)
Harnessing the Power of Technology for the Warfighter

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