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CVS - Getting started

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Besides the eLog, we have migrated the CVS from the Berkeley server over to the NPL system at Illinois. Please note, that we will disable the CVS on the Berkeley server from now on to have only one working CVS at a time. The CVS contains e.g. analysis software, progress reports etc. for MuCap. Here is the information on how to get started with the CVS:
  1. The new location is: /site/npl/mucap/cvsroot on the server at NPL.
  2. For security reasons, we don't have the common user 'mucap' anymore. In the future, you need your own login to the NPL cluster. If you do need one, please send an email to David Webber (dwebber@uiuc.edu) and let him know:
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Besides the eLog, we have migrated the CVS from the Illinois NPL server over to the Washington system. Please note, that we will have disabled the CVS on the Illinois server from now on to have only one working CVS at a time. The CVS contains e.g. analysis software, progress reports etc. for MuCap. Here is the information on how to get started with the CVS:
  1. The new location is:
    • For Mucap: muon.npl.washington.edu:/home/cvs/mucap/cvsroot/
    • For Musun: muon.npl.washington.edu:/home/cvs/musun/cvsroot/
  2. For security reasons, we don't have the common user 'mucap' anymore. In the future, you need your own login to the Washington server. If you do need one, please send an email to one of the admins (peter.winter@psi.ch, mhmurray@uw.edu) and let him know:
 
    • your name
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    • your email address
 
    • your preferred login name
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    • point out that you need access to CVS
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    • point out that you need access to CVS (tell the admin to "usertool groupmod -m username cvs")
 
  1. He will then setup an account with the initial password being the usual MuCap password. You should then change it to your personal one of your choice.
  2. You also have to set the variable CVS_RSH in your preferred shell (e.g. export CVS_RSH=ssh in the .bashrc).
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  1. If you have a login, you can then access the cvs on the machines zero, one, two or three, i.e.:
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  1. If you have a login, you can then access the cvs on the machine:
 
  1. To check what's in CVS so far check the browsable repository link:
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  If you have problems in getting the CVS to work with this new system, please check the troubleshooting hints below or send an email to one of the Illinois people.
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  For the necessary changes, please also refer to Brendan's recent eLog:7.
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Troubleshooting

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So far the only problem experienced was a denial of access due to the fact that the permissions for your account weren't set correctly. The output when accessing CVS looked like:
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So far the only problem experienced was a denial of access due to the fact that the permissions for your account weren't set correctly. The output when accessing CVS looked like (this is still on the NPL Illinois server, so the home directory of CVS was /site/npl/mucap/cvsroot/ instead of the new one /home/cvs/mucap/cvsroot/:
 
cvs checkout: warning: cannot write to history file /site/npl/mucap/cvsroot/CVSROOT/history: Permission denied
cvs checkout: Updating mu
 
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