[cvsnt] Migration from Windows to Red Hat

Glen Starrett grstarrett at cox.net
Mon Jul 19 22:21:20 BST 2004

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Aaron Kynaston wrote:
> I very regularly copy between a cvsnt repository and a cvs repository.
> the only problems I've seen is that the later versions of nt support a
> ku command (adding files as unicode) and my version of cvs on Linux does
> not - so I had to re-check in those files to linux.
> I'd simply copy it over, and see if you can check modules out of it . 

He was actually talking about CVSNT on Win32 to CVSNT on Linux, which 
doesn't have any problem.  If you use WinZIP though, watch out for CRLF 
translations (I think that's only a problem going the other way though).

>>>>"Dean Zimmerman" <dzimmerman at estenda.com> 7/19/2004 2:20:37 PM >>>
> I have an existing repository in Windows 2000 server and would like to
> migrate that repository to Red Hat 9.  Can I simply install and setup
> cvsnt in Red Hat and then copy over the repository files from Windows?
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