I've had a project on sourceforge for the last few weeks (swebs.sourceforge.net). I've decided to use the CVS that sourceforge provides (although I don't know too much about CVS at the moment).
I downloaded and installed TurtleCVS. This is what I've done when I try to connect to the server:
Protocol: :ext: (secure shell).
Repository Folder: /cvsroot/swebs
My username is sws, and I'm the admin/creator of the project. The project is called swebs (SWS Web Server). This all comes from what sourceforge tells me to do.
Then I click "Fetch" to get the list of modules (which the TurtleCVS tells me to do). This is the output I get:
So obviosly the server doesn't support ls, so I can't list the modules. Does anyone have any idea why? I'm searching the sourceforge documentation as I write this, but I don't get why its not working, its all straight from the manuals!Code:In C:\DOCUME~1\ADMINI~1\LOCALS~1\Temp\: cvs -q -Q co -c CVSROOT=:ext:email@example.com:/cvsroot/swebs Success, CVS operation completed In C:\DOCUME~1\ADMINI~1\LOCALS~1\Temp\: cvs -q -Q ls -q CVSROOT=:ext:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/swebs cvs [ls aborted]: server does not support ls Error, CVS operation failed