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setting up a new cvs repository [message #81778] Wed, 30 July 2003 07:39 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: JamesPrance.hotmail.com

the cvs repository sits on a machine on our network... eg. \\cvsmachine

what do i specify as the host in the host drop down... if i type
\\cvsmachine, it complains it cant find the host..

there isnt much help in the help files..
Re: setting up a new cvs repository [message #81807 is a reply to message #81778] Wed, 30 July 2003 11:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Haris Peco is currently offline Haris Peco
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You set CVS repository in CVS perspective (new repository with right click)
server : cvsmachine
cvs dir : ??
user and password

regards
Haris Peco
Jamesey wrote:

> the cvs repository sits on a machine on our network... eg. \\cvsmachine
>
> what do i specify as the host in the host drop down... if i type
> \\cvsmachine, it complains it cant find the host..
>
> there isnt much help in the help files..
Re: setting up a new cvs repository [message #81950 is a reply to message #81807] Wed, 30 July 2003 11:50 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: richkulp.NOSPAM.us.ibm.com

Also, from a Windows command line do:

ping cvsmachine

to see if it is visible from your machine. You may need to fully qualify
it with the domain too.

And don't use "\\" in the CVS server location. It is asking simply for
the TCPIP host address. The "\\" is not valid in a host address.

Rich
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