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Re: cvs question
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: cvs question
- From: Scott Cameron <scameron_(_at_)_ltsc_(_dot_)_ucsb_(_dot_)_edu>
- Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2000 22:33:27 -0800
- Cc: David Kanter <david_(_dot_)_kanter_(_at_)_mindspring_(_dot_)_com>
I'm really kicking myself now. I feel like.. like.. such a USER.
ARGH! My apologies to everyone and thanks to those who responded.
My problem was my network connection, or lack thereof. Unbeknownst to
me, the BIOS was changed, enabling sound which conflicts with my PCMCIA
network card. I was concentrating on learning about CVS so much I
missed to obvious things to check *first*.
Net connection restored and CVS works fine now, via SSH too.
(A windows/mac techsupport luser who is no longer fit to complain about
the users at work.)
--On Tuesday, November 21, 2000 11:46 PM -0600 David Kanter
On Tue, Nov 21, 2000 at 09:02:37PM -0800, Scott Cameron wrote:
I'm using CSH, not bash, thus the use of setenv.
Lose the = and leave the space.
#cvs get src
Try cvs get -PA src. You need to give cvs a tag (here that's A).
I tried to do it via SSH earlier but it said it was unable to
execute /usr/local/bin/ssh and /usr/bin/ssh when I pointed it
there. I think I'm missing some obvious problem there too :(
(something to do with ~/ssh.config?)
setenv CVS_RSH "/usr/bin/ssh"