Re: [nslu2-general] installing cvs server on slug
- On 6/26/05, Bartek Trzebuchowski <bartek@...> wrote:
> Rod Whitby wrote:Read http://cvsbook.red-bean.com/ - and use /opt/bin/cvs whereever it
> > We assume that anyone installing a package will find it's
> > documentation on the internet from the original CVS website. There
> > are many places which have CVS documentation. www.nslu2-linux.org
> > does not need to replicate that existing information.
> Ok, sorry, but the cvs setup thing is one thing. The main problem I have
> is installing it on the slug. Its my first installation and I've done
> what I could find on the wiki. Update and install, but what now?
> Im all green here, both with slug and linux, so if someone has a little
> time to tell me what to do with this cvs file I've in the /opt/bin
says to run cvs. As I said before, this is not an nslu2-specific
question. If you want to learn how to use CVS, then read a book on
how to run CVS in Linux. You have the /opt/bin/cvs executable on the
NSLU2, and that's all you need.
If you're not comfortable with the Linux command line, then read a
Linux book. You are expected to be able to run things on the Linux
command line before running packages on the Unslung firmware.