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Old 04-17-2012, 12:02 AM   #1
kamran.ayub
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Rancid & CVS setup


Dear Friends,

I have to install rancid & cvs setup for my network routers/switches backups and displaying them on web with cvsweb application. I have installed these with Centos 5.8 and Centos 6.0 but both gets unstable by installing dependencies of cvs & rancid i.e perl.
Can anyone tell me the Centos version with which he is running rancid, cvs setup successfully and which version of cvs, rancid in use.

Thanks in anticipation for guidance.
 
  


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