> I need a CVS repository for source control. Builds are for both Linux
> and Mac OS X (10.2), so my idea was to setup a repository on a Mac box,
> then access it remotely from the Linux environment, but I'm having no luck.
> I'm on a small lan - I've given each box a unique IP address.
> I can ping the Mac from Linux.
> I can open an ssh session from Linux on the Mac.
beg pardon? Can you ssh /into/ the CVS server (that's the important bit)?
Quote:> I can't rcp files (Connection refused). Any other network operations
> result in Connection refused.
You can use scp, sftp, or rsync over ssh to transfer files, provided of
course that ssh is working.
> I can see the Mac, and the files under my account from my Windows XP box.
> I've turned on all the sharing stuff (system settings, sharing) on the Mac.
> I don't really have a clue what I doing. Can anybody point me to a
> resource for this kind of information?
sshd is the only daemon you need for this, but naturally you need to
create a repository and so forth. If you haven't read this, read it:
see my other post or the man pages for more info on how to set up your
environment to use CVS over ssh seamlessly. BTW, don't forget to turn
your unused services off.
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