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Administering Linux using CVS

Much emphasis has of late been put on making Linux easier to manage. Typically the model used it that of a single user managing one or more systems. However, once mutiple administrators and automated scripts are all altering the configuration for a single machine the sutiation becomes somewhat more complex. This problem is in essence very similar to the problem software developers face when a team is working on a source tree. There are many solutions to this problem, one of the most popular being Concurrent Versions System or CVS.

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