ningerso at d.umn.edu
Wed Mar 17 16:03:55 EST 1999
Sure, the directions on the web page for the cvs server seem to be
incorrect, so I could see why you'd have problems.
First, take a look at the web site:
The basic instructions are listed there. For those who don't want to look
they basically go like this:
1.) export CVSROOT=':pserver:anonymous at cvs.on.openprojects.net:/cvs/linux'
2.) cvs login
Just hit return for a password.
3.) cvs -z3 checkout linux
The web page says "kernel" instead of "linux", but that
didn't work for me and I remembered that vger used linux.
The "-z3" isn't necessary, but it speeds up transfer.
That should set up a directory in your current directory called linux and
will begin to download the source.
To update cd to the directory and type:
cvs update -d
I think that should do it. Anyone else feel free to correct anything I may
have missed or didn't explain clearly.
On Tue, 16 Mar 1999, Tom Dilling wrote:
> Could someone write down some instructions step-by-step? I am having
> trouble accessing the new cvs repository.
> Tom Dilling
> Production Editor, OncoLink
> tdilling at oncodev.isc-net.upenn.edu
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