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cvsd

cvsd is a wrapper program for CVS in pserver mode. It will run 'cvs pserver' under a special uid/gid in a chroot jail. cvsd is run as a daemon and is controlled through a configuration file. It is easy to configure and provides tools for setting up a rootjail and managing repositories.

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  •  04 Mar 2012 19:43

    Release Notes: This release includes a few small improvements and is a maintenance release for the 1.0 series. Changes include a portability improvement and improved multi-arch support in the cvsd-buildroot script.

    •  13 Jun 2011 14:30

      Release Notes: This release includes a few small improvements and is a maintenance release for the 1.0 series. Changes include small logging updates and the addition of support for multiarch to the cvsd-buildroot script.

      •  09 Sep 2010 11:45

        Release Notes: This release introduces stricter handling of bind() errors, which was made possible due to the IPv6 related changes in the 1.0.20 release.

        •  05 Sep 2010 15:13

          Release Notes: This release fixes a problem with recent Glibc versions that cause problems for systems with IPv4 and IPv6 stacks.

          •  17 Aug 2010 21:52

            Release Notes: This release contains some minor bugfixes and improvements to the cvsd-buildroot script, an update in the init script, and some documentation and packaging improvements.

            RSS Recent comments

            28 May 2000 04:09 munehiro

            The site does not work too
            I got "You don't have permission to access..."
            Quite annoying :(

            22 Mar 2000 16:54 jfeise

            cvsd and CVS 1.10.8
            Doesn't work with the latest CVS release.

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