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9. CVS for MS Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP

9.1 Method 1: Using VNC, Samba

It is VERY STRONGLY recommended that you use Samba(on cdrom samba*.rpm) and a VNC viewer (or PC X Server) on MS Windows 95/NT. With samba the Unix/Linux CVS server will be like a file server. By using Samba the remote directory on Unix will look like a local folder on MS Windows on the local disk. Install samba*.rpm on Unix/Linux server(which has the CVS repository) and install the VNC viewer (or PC X server) on MS Windows 95/NT/2000/XP desktop. Using a VNC (or PC X server) you can easily log on to the Unix box and check-out/check-in the files. And you can use tools like Java Visual Cafe or Java JBuilder on MS Windows to edit the files located in Unix/Linux folder(via samba). After editing, you can check-in the files to Unix through VNC or PC X-server.

Advantages of using CVS on Linux/Unix via MS Windows are:

The best tool for remote access is VNC. The VNC is lightweight and is much better than the PC X servers. The VNC is very strongly recommended over PC X server. The remote access methods available are:

Compiling qvwm on Solaris : On Solaris you should install the following packages which you can get from http://sun.freeware.com - xpm, imlib, jpeg, libungif, giflib, libpng, tiff. And you can download the binary package for solaris from http://www.qvwm.org.

Or you can download the qvwm source for solaris from http://www.qvwm.org and compile it using gcc.

Troubleshooting compile: You should put unsigned long before arg in usleep() usleep((unsigned long) 10000)

The following PC X servers are available:

9.2 Method 2: Using Cygwin

You can install the Redhat Cygwin and install the CVS clients and SSH packages via Cygwin. With cygwin the Windows 95/NT/2000/XP will be like a Unix client. Bring up the cygwin bash shell prompt and you can access the remote CVS server. With cygwin the Windows 95/NT will be like any other Linux CVS client.

9.3 CVS exe for Windows 95/NT/2000/XP

You can install and run CVS on MS Windows directly. Download cvsnt from http://www.cvsnt.org. See the installation instructions and other documents of CVS on NT/2000 at http://www.devguy.com/fp/cfgmgmt/cvs/cvs_admin_nt.htm#install.

9.4 Windows 95/NT/2000/XP FTP Tools

You can also use the ftp tools on MS Windows to transfer files from a Unix/Linux (CVS repository) to windows:

9.5 Visual Cafe(Java), JBuilder, MS Visual C++, HTML files

Using Samba and a PC X server it is possible to use CVS on MS Windows platform. And the tools like Symantec Visual Cafe (Java), Inprise JBuilder, MS Visual C++ and others are easily supported by CVS.

You can also store the HTML files on a CVS repository via Samba and easily access them from MS Windows.

9.6 Samba Admin tool

To administer samba use the admin tools from http://www.samba.org. Go here and click on "GUI Interfaces Tools".


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