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My attempt at installing CVS on

Posted on: November 7, 2006

He’s how it went…

 From my eariler post, I followed it religously but at the first hurdle it failed, It seem like I had a problem with DNS as when I was attempting to install some of the packages using the apt-get command it the console would ‘hang’ while trying to resolve the repository names.

So I did an ifconfig and found that the IP address of the server etc all seemed fine except for on my eth01 (My NIC) it shew a small error (Interrupt:201 Base address: 0x8000). I could not recall how to find the nameservers (DNS Servers) so I quickly took a look on the website and they recommended editing ‘vi /etc/resolv.conf’ and checking the name servers in that file and sure enough it worked, I edited the nameserver and save the changes then restarted the network interfaces. All then worked fine and I then continued to install the CVS server, All is now working fine on the server end, So when I get home this evening (currently at work) I will isntall TortiseCVS and check it out 🙂 – I will let you know how I get on!

I can’t wait to check it out!!!

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