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Offline gauravbajaj

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« on: April 09, 2005, 06:57:40 AM »
Hi grp...

can anyone tell me about CVS in Linux????
what is this & how to configurel it..., give the link also so that i can download & configure it....??


& also tell me abt TOMCAT server in Linux..., what is this & how can i configure it or tell me the site to download from....

THX
Gaurav
Gaurav

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« Reply #1 on: April 10, 2005, 01:44:25 PM »
oho.. really very sorry for late reaply !

About CVS.. dragoncity can guide you best. !

About tomcat ! well if you want to run JSP on ur server then you have to install TOMCAT with apache..

here are some links for you!
inuxgazette.com/node/2298
and
cymulacrum.net/writings/tomcat4/book1.html

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« Reply #2 on: April 11, 2005, 03:54:16 AM »
Hi dear
Thxx for reply...
Gaurav

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« Reply #3 on: April 12, 2005, 05:13:45 AM »
Hi guys,

  Thanks Ricky for the recommendation. Sorry for not coming up right on the spot. Pretty occupied with my encrypted filesystem (AES) lately. Got addicted with it. Hahaha,

Well, CVS (concurrent versioning system) is used to keep ur software sources in multiversions, since from the first time u created it (0.0.1 till ur  1.1.1 let say)

Each time u make changes to your source code, u will update whole application to the CVS server, which will keep an archive of every versions.

With this baby, (CVS) u will be able to look through the changes and enhancements u made to the code.

Here's the official website for CVS:
https://www.cvshome.org

Normally, all Linux distros have this package.
To manipulate easily, well use "Webmin"

But be warned, CVS takes up a lot of space if ur project is big.

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« Reply #4 on: April 12, 2005, 05:14:01 AM »
Hi guys,

  Thanks Ricky for the recommendation. Sorry for not coming up right on the spot. Pretty occupied with my encrypted filesystem (AES) lately. Got addicted with it. Hahaha,

Well, CVS (concurrent versioning system) is used to keep ur software sources in multiversions, since from the first time u created it (0.0.1 till ur  1.1.1 let say)

Each time u make changes to your source code, u will update whole application to the CVS server, which will keep an archive of every versions.

With this baby, (CVS) u will be able to look through the changes and enhancements u made to the code.

Here's the official website for CVS:
https://www.cvshome.org

Normally, all Linux distros have this package.
To manipulate easily, well use "Webmin"

But remember, CVS takes up a lot of space if ur project is big.