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To install from CVS you must retrieve the librsync and rproxy/proxy modules, in that order.

initial anonymous checkout

Enter these commands to get an initial checkout of the CVS source:

rproxy is available by read-only anonymous CVS from samba.org. The Samba anonymous CVS mirror lags the development tree by an hour or so.

      $ export CVSROOT=:pserver:cvs@pserver.samba.org:/cvsroot
      $ cvs login
      $ cvs -z4 co -d librsync-anoncvs librsync
      $ cvs -z4 co -d rproxy-anoncvs rproxy/proxy

When prompted for a password, type "cvs".

Read the README.CVS file in the source directory for detailed instructions on how to get a checkout and build from CVS.

If you have a Samba development account, you can get a writable rproxy checkout by following these instructions, but substituting

      $ export CVSROOT=you@cvs.samba.org:/data/cvs


To update your source directory from the CVS repository, enter the directory and type:

      $ cvs -z4 update -d -P


If you would just like to view the contents or history of the codebase, then you can use CVSweb.

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