I'm suffering from great creativity these days,
and have therefore started a project that will
need some form of version control and CVS in a
while. I've tried reading the manuals included
with an assortment of utilities, and think I'll
stick to RCS/CVS.
The problem is that I'm entirely clueless about
these matters. I've tried to figure out from my
/usr/doc directory how to set up as a server,
and I think there's some trickery involving rsh
or ssh to log in (yes, I need to know how to set
up a server, as it'll move to my domain shortly).
So, how do I set up RCS *and* CVS to do some of
its magic to my sources, while letting others I
allow to log in to my computer to add and remove
their bits of code?
O- nny, incoherent caffeine-junkie
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