Hey guys, this is my first time posting here so I'd like to say "hi" first of all.
now to my problem.
I have two linux boxes set up in my office. One is running Red Hat 9.0 and the other one is running SUSE 9.1.
I had the RH server running for a few weeks and I had set up CVS on it and it works perfectly.
Actually, CVS was already loaded on the RH server I guess typically just from a normal installation. The only thing I had to do was do the:
cvs -d /usr/local/repository init
Then properly chown/chmod the directory then that was it.
I do all my development through Websphere Studio Development Client and all I had to do to tie my client to the server was create a new repository and put in the repository location: /usr/local/repository, my log in name, and password, and I used extshh.
Worked absolutely perfectly.
So then I download and install SUSE 9.1 on the other server and find out CVS is not even installed there. So I use Yast to get the package and install it. I followed the same set up, except I couldn't get it to work at all through extshh.
I set it up for pserver instead by adding the proper lines in my /etc/services
cvspserver tcp/2401 etc.
And then went ahead and added the cvspserver file to my /etc/xinitd.d directory.
it looks like it's connecting but I cant check files in or out at all. It says something about cannot create lock.
First of all, why can't I use extshh with SUSE 9.1/CVS ? Anyone have any ideas what it could be?
It seemed so easy with Red hat but so difficult with SUSE 9.1, anyone have any clue? Thanks so much!