Re: is there something wrong with the CVS server ?
Peter Samuelson <peter@...
2001-07-01 21:15:44 GMT
> echo -e "Starting cvs-login. Please enter password \"anoncvs\"\n"
> cvs -d
That usually doesn't need to be in a script, because you only have to
do it once. The login command does not really "log in", it just
verifies your password with the pserver, then stores it in your home
directory in a file called '.cvspass'. Subsequent cvs commands just
look in ~/.cvspass when connecting.
> cd $tng_dir/samba/source
> ./configure --prefix="$tng_dst" --with-smbmount --with-profile --with-quotas
You probably did not really mean '--with-profile'. It turns on server
profiling, which is rarely used and may not even work at the moment.
If you wanted support for Windows profiles, you don't need a flag for
> but compile did not even start, because in the ../source directory, there
> was no "configure" file anymore. i guess some files were not fetched using
> the cvs command above, but i do not know all the files that are missing.
No files are missing. 'configure' has been removed from the CVS tree,
because it doesn't have to be there. CVS is for keeping track of
multiple versions of a file, but there's no need to keep track of the
version history of 'configure' because it is never edited directly by
humans. It is generated from 'configure.in' and 'aclocal.m4', both of