• ### Popular Now

• 11
• 9
• 12
• 9
• 11

#### Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

This topic is 5298 days old which is more than the 365 day threshold we allow for new replies. Please post a new topic.

## Recommended Posts

I've FINALLY gotten a CVS server set up, but now I still can't get anonymous access to work. I want folks to be able to connect and check out code anonymously, like pretty much every other online CVS repository will let you do. When I try to connect with
cvs -dserver:anonymous@*my server IP goes here*:/home/cvsroot login
it says "/home/cvsroot: no such repository" but when I connect with
cvs -z3 -d:ext:cvsuser@*my server IP goes here*:/home/cvsroot co blahblah
it'll checkout blahblah (not the real name) fine. I tried following the instructions here but that didn't work. Any ideas? Edit: Hmmm, it still puts smilies inside CODE tags. [edited by - BradDaBug on October 13, 2003 12:24:39 AM]

##### Share on other sites
No ideas? Hasn''t anyone set up a CVS server before?

##### Share on other sites
Not on unix. And not in a long time.

--
AnkhSVN - A Visual Studio .NET Addin for the Subversion version control system.
[Project site] [Blog] [RSS] [Browse the source] [IRC channel]

##### Share on other sites
You must have done something wrong while following the instructions. Certainly the commands you have here (replacing the ) are correct.

##### Share on other sites
file permisions for your cvsroot perhaps?

I''ve my (non public) cvsroot owned by a cvs group, of which the user names I want to have access to it are a member.

Just guessing really