cvswrite.html: user@egcs != user@localhost

Gerald Pfeifer pfeifer@dbai.tuwien.ac.at
Thu Aug 6 04:46:00 GMT 1998


On Tue, 4 Aug 1998, Jeffrey A Law wrote:
>> Abstract: If your local user name is different from your user name at
>> egcs.cygnus.com [...]
> Seems reasonable to me.  Or better yet, always include the username,
> regardless of whether or not it is the same.

Okay. I have now committed the patch below.

With a separate commit I have also replaced a couple of <pre> on that
page <blockquote><code>, which is more consistent (we can also use
<code> in normal text) and looks better under both lynx and Netscape.

Gerald


Index: cvswrite.html
===================================================================
RCS file: /egcs/carton/cvsfiles/wwwdocs/htdocs/cvswrite.html,v
retrieving revision 1.4
diff -c -3 -p -r1.4 cvswrite.html
*** cvswrite.html	1998/07/14 02:42:16	1.4
--- cvswrite.html	1998/08/06 11:35:22
*************** and send you mail notifying you that the
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  should be able to "slogin egcs.cygnus.com".  We recommend doing this once to
  verify that ssh is up and functioning correctly.
  
+ 
+ <h2>Setting up your local CVS tree</h2>
+ 
  <p>Once you can login to the machine, it's trivial to start using ssh from
  your remote machine.  Set CVS_RSH in your environment to "ssh".  Then issue
  the command
*************** in the normal fashion, including committ
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  <p>It is also possible to convert an existing CVS tree to use ssh by replacing
  all the "Root" files in the local tree with the following contents:
  
! <pre>
! egcs.cygnus.com:/egcs/carton/cvsfiles
! </pre>
  
  <p>To avoid the nuisance of having to supply your passphrase for each
  operation, you may want to use <code>ssh-agent</code>(1) followed by
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  <p>It is also possible to convert an existing CVS tree to use ssh by replacing
  all the "Root" files in the local tree with the following contents:
  
! <blockquote><code>
! username@egcs.cygnus.com:/egcs/carton/cvsfiles
! </code></blockquote>
! 
! where <code>username</code> is your user name at egcs.cygnus.com.
! 
  
  <p>To avoid the nuisance of having to supply your passphrase for each
  operation, you may want to use <code>ssh-agent</code>(1) followed by
*************** your changes back in they will automatic
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  web server's data area.
  
  <hr>
! <i>Last modified on July 13, 1998.</i>
  
  <hr>
  <a href="/">Return to the egcs home page</a>
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  web server's data area.
  
  <hr>
! <i>Last modified on August 06, 1998.</i>
  
  <hr>
  <a href="/">Return to the egcs home page</a>




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