[linux-elitists] homedir repository

Karsten M. Self kmself@ix.netcom.com
Sun Feb 8 14:44:22 PST 2004


on Sun, Feb 08, 2004 at 02:27:30PM -0800, Rob Walker (rob@myinternetplace.net) wrote:
> 
> So I know I am behind the times by a few years on this one, but where do
> you all keep your static data, config files, things you need on multiple
> machines?
> 
> I know some people keep their home directory config files in bitkeeper,
> http://www.bitkeeper.com/v2_logging/contact.html .
> 
> I was about to start using CVS, then realized that maybe one of the
> competing solutions was the answer.
> 
> arch? 

Joey Hess publicized the "homedir in CVS" method, but claims to have
switched to arch of late.

Former is documented several places, including IIRC LJ article.

> subversion?
> 
> rsync?
> 
> tarballs updated by a cron job and scp ?

dung balls maintained by beetles?

;-)


Peace.

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