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CVS Server setup and running smoothly for

Posted on: December 28, 2006

A month or so back I wrote a tutorial on how to install a CVS Server on Ubuntu Linux Server. The tutorial can be found here:

 I have now succesfully installed my CVS Server onto my Project Webserver ‘’, The CVS Server is now fully operational and is working like a dream.

A few things you may want to know…

CVS Server uses port# 2401 (TCP & UDP)

A good Windows CVS Client is TortiseCVS and can be found here:

Im using CVS nicely now, Im very happy with it. My next step is to install a PHP CVS Viewer for Apache so that I can enable uses of Iguana Server Stats to browse the CVS tree.


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