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From: Pat Erley <paterley@ma...> - 2004-02-24 08:54:22
On Tue, 24 Feb 2004 10:23:34 +0600
Dmitriy Kazimirow <dmitriy@...> wrote:
> Is anonymous R/O CVS for colinux is avaible?
> (sourceforge.net/projects/colinux has empty cvs tree)
> with regards,
> Dmitriy mailto:dmitriy@...
I don't believe cvs is even available yet.
Basically, any patches worth noting are floating around on here. Check the archives. Perhaps after the next release somone will setup cvs, but I have no authority to do such a thing, or insider info to say it'll be done.
From: Jason A. Pattie <pattieja@pc...> - 2004-02-24 16:14:39
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Pat Erley wrote:
| I don't believe cvs is even available yet.
I hope at least the author has CVS setup.
| Basically, any patches worth noting are floating around on here.
Check the archives. Perhaps after the next release somone will setup
cvs, but I have no authority to do such a thing, or insider info to say
it'll be done.
Is there a timeline for the next release? It would be nice to finally
get KDE apps working under cygwin X or even VNC. They always crash
cygwin's X server and hang VNC viewer(/server?) when I run them. Even
xchat causes a horrible death. About the only thing that works right
for me is xterm.
Also, I can't mount my native linux partitions, because, apparently
(from other gleanings on this list), my native partition is larger than
1GB which explains why my /boot and swap partitions (which are only
100MB and 256MB) work, while the rest do not, since they are larger than
Thanks. Keep up the good work.
Jason A. Pattie
Xperience, Inc. (http://www.xperienceinc.com)
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