Access to eSDO CVS


  • host:
  • port: 60001

Linux Access

First, create the file .ssh/config

Add the following entries to the file and save:

      # is an alias of
      Port 60001
      ForwardX11 no

      # MSSL users also need the short form
      Host esdocvs
      Port 60001
      ForwardX11 no

Check out CVS resources from the commandline

  1. Create a directory where you plan to keep CVS files, such as /esdo-cvs/.
  2. To check out the whole eSDO CVS structure (all files for algorithms and visualization tools), type the command below:
    CVS_RSH=ssh cvs -d:ext:cvs_user_name checkout CVSROOT</tt>
       1 To check out part of the CVS resources, type <br/><tt></tt>
    -- Main.ElizabethAuden - 27 Jan 2006
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