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Official Samba-3 HOWTO and Reference Guide, The by Jelmer R. Vernooij, John H. Terpstra

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Chapter 35. How to Compile Samba

You can obtain the Samba source from the Samba Website.[1] To obtain a development version, you can download Samba from CVS or using rsync.

Access Samba Source Code via CVS

Introduction

Samba is developed in an open environment. Developers use Concurrent Versioning System (CVS) to “checkin” (also known as “commit”) new source code. Samba’s various CVS branches can be accessed via anonymous CVS using the instructions detailed in this chapter.

This chapter is a modified version of the instructions found at http://samba.org/samba/cvs.html

CVS Access to samba.org

The machine samba.org runs a publicly accessible CVS repository for access to the source code of several packages, including Samba, rsync, distcc, ccache, and jitterbug. ...

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