LLC109: CVS on Linux

Overview
LLC109 CVS is an advanced Linux Administration task. Primarily this is a course designed for both system administrators and programmers to maintain version control of the projects. SVN is an advanced form of CVS. This course is offered on compatible versions of Linux OS.

Pre-Requisites
Must have undergone LLC103 Linux System & Network Administration course or have a thorough knowledge of Linux or RHCE Certified or equivalent knowledge. Networking capabilities with administration skills and programmers having usage knowledge.

Target Audience
This course is for Linux Administrators who wish to learn advanced skills on Linux System & Networking features and for programmers who wish to understand Project Management. Candidates who complete this course will be able to setup CVS Service.

Duration: 2 days (Full-time)

Training Fee: Rs.10/- (Plus Service Tax)

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Course Outline

Introduction to Concurrent Version System (CVS)
Architecture Overview
Various features of Concurrent Version
CVS Installation & Configuration
– Server Setup
– Client Setup

Importing Projects to CVS Servers
– Repository

CVS Server Administration

Checkin, Checkout, Updates,
Review Changes,  Conflict Management

CVS User Maintenance Commands
– Comparisons with previous versions
– Tagging, Branching & Merging Operations
– Concurrent properties

CVS using GUI tools

Advanced Concepts

Access permissions & privileges

Introduction to Subversion (SVN)

Architecture Overview

Various features of Concurrent Version

SVN Installation & Configuration
– Server Setup
– Client Setup

Importing Projects to SVN Servers
– Repository

SVN Server Administration

Checkin, Checkout, Updates,
Review Changes, Conflict Management

SVN User Maintenance Commands
– Comparisons with previous versions
– Tagging, Branching & Merging Operations
– Concurrent properties

SVN using GUI tools

Advanced Concepts

Mailing hooks with log

Access permissions & privileges