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I want to access a cvs server but I need to specify another user name i.e
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Can anyone pls help me to automate login to cvs. I basically want to login to cvs and update a file.
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Hi, I installed CVSNT on PC and trying to checkout files from/on linux box.
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I want to login to CVS using terminal. I am executing the following command in the terminal :-
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