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Need to Install Bugzilla and CVS on linux AS 4 32 bit enterprize edition

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I need to install Bugzilla & CVS on linux AS 4 enterprise edition 32 bit. I am week in linux SO Pls can some body helpme out in getting some document for the same & Pls let me know how to install linux like partition sizes of var, home , opt etc i have got 200 gb hdd with 1 gb ram.

Pls let me know or explain me how to go further.

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For CVS in Redhat Linux, it is not very difficult.
Check the following link in "CVS Configuration on RedHat Linux 7.1" portion:
http://personal.vsnl.com/sureshms/linuxindex.html
(first, you need to make sure you install "cvs" pacakage with "rpm -q cvs" command).
If not install, then as root, run
up2date -i cvs

Check the following link for bugzilla:
http://www.bugzilla.org/docs/
Download bugzilla here:
http://www.bugzilla.org/download/
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Hi

As i told i am new to linux, Pls let me know the detailed steps and i need to intsall cvs on linux AS 4 enterprise edition
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0. Check cvs package:
rpm -q cvs
If there is no cvs installed, then
up2date -i cvs

1. Following the instruction on
http://personal.vsnl.com/sureshms/linuxindex.html
for configuration:
--- Cut and paste here ----
1) Create the repository directory, say ,
"/home/cvsrep"

2) setup the following environment variable in "/etc/bashrc"
CVSROOT=/home/cvsrep
export CVSROOT

3) initiate the CVS to create a repository at the above CVSROOT directory
cvs -d /home/cvsrep init

4) Create/Edit the "/etc/xinetd.d/cvspserver" file with entry

service cvspserver
{
  socket_type = stream
  protocol = tcp
  wait = no
  user = cvsrep
  group = cvsdev
  log_type = FILE /var/log/xinetdlog
  server = /usr/bin/cvs
  server_args = -f --allow-root=/home/cvsrep pserver
  disable = no
  log_on_success += USERID DURATION
  log_on_failure += HOST USERID
}


5) check the file "/etc/services" for the following entry
cvspserver 2401/tcp

6) Restart the xinetd services
/etc/rc.d/rc5.d/S56xinetd restart

7) Check the CVS using the following command
telnet 2401
Escape character is '^]'
Enter some word in the telnet console say for example 'foo'. It must throw the following error

cvs [pserver aborted]: bad auth protocol start: foo Connection closed by foreign host.

If this statement is displayed then the cvs is configured in your linux server.
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Hi ,

Before installing cvs we need to configure samba right? can u pls let me know the detailed steps
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> Before installing cvs we need to configure samba right?
Not necessary.
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Hi I am not ok with the above answers........
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I'm not sure what you need. As I know for cvs, there is no need to SAMBA to configured before setup cvs.
All the check in/out can be done to ssh/login to that cvs machine.

SAMBA is fot sharing data between Unix and Windows.
I guess what you need it to share out the cvs data to Windows users. However, it is different topic. So I think there is no such thing that you need to configure SAMBA before cvs.
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