[cvsnt] Strange behaviour of cvs status on a VMWare server...

Brian Post bpost at 80-20.com
Wed Nov 1 20:22:21 GMT 2006

Community technical support mailing list was retired 2010 and replaced with a professional technical support team. For assistance please contact: Pre-sales Technical support via email to sales@march-hare.com.

My point which I don't think you got, was I had no network problems running 
CVSNT on XP PRO SP2 with either VirtualPC or VMWARE. I was also pointing out 
that it may have been the transfer from real machine to VPC. We always build 
VMWare or VPC images using the CD.

The reason we changed from VMWare to VPC was a company decision not mine. 
VMWare runs images faster than VPC on the same hardware IMHO.

We also run 2003 server in Virtual PC, we also have 2003 VPC images running 
on a 2003 VPC server. I have never used CVSNT on 2003, only because the 
hardware I was running it on wasn't good enough (I.E Pentium III - 800 Mhz)

Bo, It would be interresting to know if you put just CVSNT in a fresh 
installed 2003 server if it fixes your problems.

"Rob Kenyon" <rob at digsoldev.com> wrote in message 
news:mailman.91.1162303878.16616.cvsnt at cvsnt.org...
> Don't even breath VPC and VMWare in the smae sentence.  Nght and day 
> differences.
> Could your guys have misconfigured things?  You're debuggng their work not 
> exactly the fairest thing (for them) to do to you.  VMWare s not likely 
> the cause of the problem and VPC will most DEFNTELY give you more.

More information about the cvsnt mailing list
Download the latest CVSNT, TortosieCVS, WinCVS etc. for Windows 8 etc.
@CVSNT on Twitter   CVSNT on Facebook