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On Thu, 8 Mar 2007 18:47:02 -0300, "Flávio Etrusco" <flavio.etrusco at gmail.com> wrote: >> >Ubuntu is Debian based, so there are no rpm, but .deb packages. And >> >since CVSNT is in Debian, it is also in Ubuntu. >> >Or maybe Jürgen just installed from source... >> > >> >> You mean that if I install UBUNTU (which I did the olter day (ver >> 6.10)) then there is automatically also CVSNT installed??? > >Not exactly. It's in the "universe" repository (the repository for >community-supported packages). > > >> How can I find out (I am very novice regarding Linux/Ubuntu)? > >Find out about what? Whether CVSNT is installed? Packages which depend >on CVS unfortunately will install GNU CVS, but if you install CVSNT >the GNU CVS will be uninstalled and the other packages won't >"complain". >To install it open Synaptic in (menu System, Adminstration, Package >manager), Update (Refresh?) packages, seach for cvsnt then Select for >Install and Apply. > What I meant was that I read into your reply that maybe CVSNT was distributed with Ubuntu and was installed and therefore I wanted to know how I could check that. For example where could I find the Ubuntu version of the Windows CVSNT control panel in order to configure the CVSNT server? I hoped that configuration eiter was done automatically or that there is now a better way than finding some obscure text file and open it in a non-obvious editor (nano or vi or the like) to change the contents to get it going. I never could come to grips with the linux way of doing things inside text config files with no help whatsoever as to correct syntax, available options etc.... But I guess it is still the same way. HTH /Bo (Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)