You must first decide whether you want to track -current or a -stable branch.
The current tree has all of the up to the minute changes, whereas the -stable branch contains the sources for the release plus the patches from the errata and lesser issues already applied. SSH fingerprints: (RSA) [email protected]:/cvs Location: Moscow, Russia.
) shows the CVS way of telling you that it doesn't know what this file or directory is -- it's never been checked into cvs.
The line that begins with the letter "M" is the cvs way of showing that this file has been modified, and needs to be committed back to the repository.
For more information on the flavors of Open BSD, see here. SSH fingerprints: (RSA) [email protected]:/cvs Host also known as jp.
Choose the Anonymous CVS server you are going to use from the list of servers below, then you can start using cvs. Location: Nagasaki University, Faculty of Economics, Nagasaki, Japan.
As you can see this seems like a pretty good way of telling what is different between your sandbox and the cvs repository.
Anonymous CVS is a method of keeping your local copy of the Open BSD source tree up to date with respect to changes made to current Open BSD sources. Such anoncvs machines should have excellent network connectivity for the area they are expected to serve.
If you begin with Anonymous CVS uses passwordless SSH as a transport. SSH fingerprints: (RSA) [email protected]:/cvs Location: Frankfurt, Germany.
If this is the first time you have connected to an anoncvs server, you will be asked to confirm the SSH fingerprint to ensure that you are connecting to the expected server: $ cvs -d [email protected]:/cvs checkout -P src The authenticity of host 'anoncvs.(20c:15f4:a423::28)' can't be established.
ED25519 key fingerprint is SHA256:oa J7VEyjt2EHMeixz Kn9z JGi V5Yl WHIUls070t Kd Bz I. SSH fingerprints: (RSA) [email protected]:/cvs Location: Paris, France.