[cvsnt] Accessing cvsnt archives from Linux

David Best DBest at dataradio-cor.com
Tue Mar 27 23:02:18 BST 2007


Thanks for your reply.  I am not sure my question was clear, or perhaps
I misunderstand your answer.

We would like to keep our archive managed by the CVSNT on a windows
machine, and keep using our
Tortoise windows clients.  We would be adding Linux clients that need
to access the archives on the 
CVSNT windows machine.  What should our Linux clients run to
convieniently access our existing archive?


David Best

>>> "Arthur Barrett" <arthur.barrett at march-hare.com> 03/27/07 04:35PM

Most people use the CVSNT command line on Linux.  

To ensure the highest reliability ensure sure you download the CVSNT
Linux binaries rather than the old CVS ones that may have come with
Linux distro.



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Subject: [cvsnt] Accessing cvsnt archives from Linux


We are using CVSNT 2.5.02 to manage our CVS archive.  We use Tortoise
from our windows machines to checkout our baselines and commit our
changes  We like it.  We now have some linux machines we would like to
give access to our archive.  Can anyone recommend something similar to
Tortoise that we could use on our linux machines?


Dave Best
Dataradio, A CalAmp Company
dbest at dataradio-cor.com 

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