[cvsnt] Setting up and accessing repository on LAN drive by various local developers

David Somers dsomers at omz13.com
Thu Aug 31 18:43:43 BST 2006

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ernhemreg at web.de wrote:

> Dear fellows,
> I'd like to establish a repository on a local network drive [for system
> description see footnote].

No, don't do that. Network drives should NOT be used to get at or to store
your repository.

Access your repository using pserver, sserver, sspi, etc... BUT NOT local.

And stick your repository itself on a physical drive.

> How can do all the accessing command on the repository on the local
> network drive using the WinCVS-client, without having this mentioned
> problems? 

> or better: How to setup a running CVS on the LAN? 

Setup the cvsnt server on a computer and access it from all others using the
above mentioned protocols.

cvsnt is, after all, a client-server system and should be deployed and used
as such.

> WinCVS Version (Build 4)
> CVSNT Version (Aug 19 2004)

Old version! Upgrade to

> Repository established on LAN drive


> OS: WinXP Prof.



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