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Initialising your own Repository


You can create a CVS repository for yourself . Simply create a directory to hold the repository then initialise it:



  $ mkdir /home/kayon/cvs
  $ cvs -d /home/kayon/cvs init

You can then create new projects within this repository with



  $ cvs -d /home/kayon/cvs import wajig kayon start

You can check out projects from there with either of the following, the first for local hosts (which mount the file system via NFS perhaps) and the second for network hosts:



  $ cvs -d /home/kayon/cvs checkout project/debian
  $ cvs -d :ext:[email protected]:/home/kayon/cvs checkout wajig


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