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Setting Up a CVS Repository

If you have never used CVS before, you will have to set up a CVS repository first.

  1. Make sure that CVS is properly installed in your system. Set the environment variable CVSROOT to the directory in which you want to install a CVS repository.
    For example, if you are using bach, include the following line in your .bashrc
    export CVSROOT=$HOME/cvs
  2. After that,
    cvs init
    will create a CVS repository in $CVSROOT

Tobias Polzin 2002-11-18