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Setting up CVS on Linux RedHat 3 Enterprise ...

 
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Hi,

I want to setup a CVS server on Linux RedHat 3 Enterprise, and all the tutorials available are for RedHat 6 and up, can anyone guide me how to set it up on RedHat 3 Enterprise ?

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Sorry it's Red Hat Enterprise Linux ES release 4

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I don't think you'll find much difference. You install the CVS server RPMs, enable the firewall ports and setup repository directories.

The main difference between RH6 and later Red Hat OS's (including Fedora and CentOS) has to do with the addition of the xinetd facility to superced the older inetd super-server. My biggest grief came from forgetting to setup xinetd config info for my CVS servers.

This may help:

http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/blfs/view/stable/server/cvsserver.html
 
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