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Old 11-06-2004, 04:27 PM   #1
Mr.Ampersand()
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configuring cvsview(mandrake Linux 10)


Hi,

I was searching the web for some sources via CVS and I saw that that page used cvsview. I went to check it out and it seemed interesting enough for me to try to install and configure. I have my CVSROOT set up and everything like that but I never really tried to access CVS via command line. I added files and committed them and then I tried to access it with cervisia but it never really worked. I also was going to try to set it up so I could access it remotly. I got angry when the instructions said to use RSH because I went to look for the Server of RSH and the client but it wasnt out there and was hard for me to find. So on a IRC channel I was discussing my problem and they said that RSH isnt used anymore that much and to use SSH. So I looked through the online docs and on the help part via Cervisia and it only told me to edit .rhosts file and there ISNT any! I then gave up for a while leaving CVS half ass then I came across cvsview and I set that up. After setting it up according to the install file I tried to access:

http://208.58.88.146:96/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi

Forbidden


You don't have permission to access /cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi on this server.


Additionally, a 403 Forbidden error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.

Apache-AdvancedExtranetServer/2.0.48 (Mandrake Linux/5mdk) mod_ssl/2.0.48 OpenSSL/0.9.7c PHP/4.3.4 Server at 127.0.0.1 Port 96

I dont understand why it wont work. How the hell am I forbidden. I went to check the viewcvs.conf file and I did the thing where you make modules not forbidden. I made each module I could find do this:

Code:
 forbidden = !core prefork
 forbidden = !http_core
 forbidden = !mod_so
 forbidden = !mod_access
 forbidden = !mod_auth
 forbidden = !mod_auth_anon
 forbidden = !mod_auth_digest
 forbidden = !mod_include
 forbidden = !mod_log_config 
 forbidden = !mod_logio mod_env 
 forbidden = !mod_expires 
 forbidden = !mod_headers 
 forbidden = !mod_usertrack 
 forbidden = !mod_setenvif
 forbidden = !mod_mime 
 forbidden = !mod_status 
 forbidden = !mod_autoindex 
 forbidden = !mod_asis 
 forbidden = !mod_info 
 forbidden = !mod_cgi 
 forbidden = !mod_vhost_alias 
 forbidden = !mod_negotiation 
 forbidden = !mod_dir 
 forbidden = !mod_imap 
 forbidden = !mod_actions 
 forbidden = !mod_userdir 
 forbidden = !mod_alias 
 forbidden = !mod_rewrite 
 forbidden = !mod_proxy 
 forbidden = !proxy_http 
 forbidden = !mod_ssl 
 forbidden = !mod_cache 
 forbidden = !mod_disk_cache 
 forbidden = !mod_php4
Shouldnt that work?

I did that stupid alias thing and still doesnt work.

May someone list the possible things I could do while I search some more for some awnsers.

thanks
George
 
  


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