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# This script can be executed by root to rapidly create a cvs repository on RedHat Linux 8 or later. Author: Philip Mark Donaghy
# Adapted from http://www7b.software.ibm.com/wsdd/library/techarticles/0209_yu/yu.html Article by Colin Yu

# The user cvs and the Users required to have access to cvs.
useradd cvs
useradd -G cvs penguin
useradd -G cvs tiger

# CVS environment
mkdir /home/cvs/anoncvs
chmod -R 770 /home/cvs
chown -R cvs /home/cvs
chgrp -R cvs /home/cvs
chmod g+s /home/cvs/anoncvs
cvs -d /home/cvs/anoncvs init

# Daemon process. CVS Service
printf "# default : off\n# description : A cvs server.\nservice cvspserver\n{\n disable = no\n socket_type = stream\n protocol = tcp\n user = root\n wait = no\n server = /usr/bin/cvs\n server_args = -f --allow-root=/home/cvs/anoncvs pserver\n log_on_success += USERID\n log_on_failure += USERID\n}\n" > /etc/xinetd.d/cvspserver
service xinetd restart

# Users environment for localhost
printf "export CVSROOT=\":pserver:\$USER@localhost:/home/cvs/anoncvs\"\n" >> /etc/profile

# Manual configuration
# User the following command to initialize a project
# cvs import -m "New Project" ProjectName group release1_0

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