[TriLUG] cvs CVSROOT/modules
william at trilug.org
Wed Sep 8 12:34:11 EDT 2004
hmm...well my pea brain figured if it was a test module and a test
directory it made sense to name them the same thing ;)
As I mentioned they are trying to do ldap authentication, so I figured
pserver was what I wanted...is there another proto I should use given that
the clients probably will be on windows systems w/o ssh?
On Wed, 8 Sep 2004, Tom Bryan wrote:
> On Wednesday 08 September 2004 11:48 am, William Sutton wrote:
> > OK, trying this really simple...
> > my module file looks like
> > mymodule mymodule
> I would have called it something different. For example,
> testmodule mymodule
> > the directory is /home/cvsadmin/cvsroot/mymodule
> > I can check out mymodule locally on the server w/o the module definition
> > in CVSROOT/modules file...
> Cool. I'd still do the testmodule thing. I don't really understand why
> anyone create a module with a name identical to a single folder. :)
> > when I try to cvs login, it doesn't appear to be working though:
> > p99cvs:~/cvs$ cvs -d :pserver:william_sutton@[ip
> > address]:/home/cvsadmin/cvsroot login Logging in to
> > :pserver:william_sutton@[ip address]:2401/home/cvsadmin/cvsroot CVS
> > password:
> > /home/cvsadmin/cvsroot: no such repository
> > soooooo........does that mean that something is wrong on the cvs server
> > side, or that I'm trying to get in the wrong way??
> Yikes. Are you doing pserver stuff? I've done very little with that, sorry.
> I've always set up my repositories for local access or for access over SSH.
> I assume that you've set up the passwd file in CVSROOT and everything? I'd
> really recommend http://cvsbook.red-bean.com/ now. They have very good
> advice about standard practices for setting up various configurations, and I
> think that they include some standard gotchas and troubleshooting advice.
> Maybe their pserver section would help?
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