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IBM.com: Installing and Configuring CVS on RedHat Linux 7 as an SCM Repository

Jun 05, 2002, 08:00 (4 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Colin Yu)

[ Thanks to Irish for this link. ]

"This article, the third one in a series on team development in IBM WebSphere Studio Application Developer, focuses on installing and configuring CVS on RedHat [sic] Linux 7 as an SCM Repository. WebSphere Studio Application Developer (hereafter called Application Developer) works seamlessly with CVS, the dominant open-source, network-transparent version control system. CVS runs on most platforms, including Windows, Linux, AIX, and UNIX®. Installing it with Application Developer on RedHat Linux has several advantages...

"However, installing and configuring CVS for Linux is not trivial and there is little good documentation available. The step-by-step instructions below should help system administrators configure CVS for Linux for developers using Application Developer..."

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