Hmm, I can't remember that I had much trouble. Basically you run 'cvs
pserver --allow-root=whatever' from inetd or something analogous (I use
djb's tcpserver) on the appropriate port. Then you setenv your CVSROOT
to :pserver:email@example.com, or something like that -- look it up
in the CVS manual.
Of course you can use 'cvs server' as well, which is slightly
different, and I think there are other alternatives too.
I do remember that I always had a hell of a time finding stuff in the
docs. I mentioned this yesterday to a friend who used to admin CVS for
a group of developers; he said he never used the docs, and just read
the source. :)
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