Each distribution consist of three files:
Note that diffs are only available for recent versions. For older releases, only the source tree exists.
Furthermore, for each release, the corresponding change log entry and the announcement posting are available too. Click the release number to view them.
First, log in anonymously:
% cvs -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org.:/cvsroot/linux-atm loginJust hit return when prompted for a password. Then, checkout the repository:
% cvs -z6 -d:pserver:email@example.com.:/cvsroot/linux-atm co -P linux-atmYou may also specify a branch to check out specifically:
% cvs -z6 -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org.:/cvsroot/linux-atm co -r V2_5_0 linux-atmIn either case, this will create a directory called "linux-atm" with the latest sources in it. When working inside this directory you will not need to specify the '-d' option to CVS. For instance, you could just do
% cvs -z6 up -dTo grab any changes that have been put in the repository (the '-d' option in the above example is to the "up" sub-command and is different than the '-d' used to specify the CVS root directory)
The CVS archive may also be browsed on the web at: http://linux-atm.cvs.sourceforge.net/linux-atm/linux-atm/
Finally, if you would like to receive email including every diff that is committed to the repository as they go in, there is a new mailing list called "linux-atm-commits": http://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/linux-atm-commits
This mailing list should be treated as receive-only. NO discussion or questions are allowed (even of patches which are sent through that list). All discussion should be kept on the linux-atm-general mailing list.