3.2.5 Selected References 
Mark Allen; The CTDP Linux User s Guide V0.6.2; November 2000; 
A good Linux user's guide. 
Nathan Meyers; Waite Group Press; Java Programming on Linux: Chapter 9: Setting Up a 
Linux Development Environment; 2000; 
Not specifically for Web applications, but contains an introduction to CVS 
Apache Software Foundation; Developing Applications with Tomcat; 2000; 
http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/jakarta tomcat/src/doc/appdev/
This guide is essential for getting started with Web application development under Tomcat. 
Alavoor Vasudevan; CVS RCS How To V19.0; January 2001; 
http://linuxdoc.org/HOWTO/CVS RCS HOWTO.html
A practical guide to very quickly set up the RCS/CVS source code control system. 
John Goerzen; IDG Books Worldwide, Inc.; Linux Programming Bible: Chapter 26: Archiving 
and Collaboration with CVS; 2000; 
This chapter contains information on how to set up CVS for single users and for multiple users via 
remote access. Also contains a brief description of the most used CVS commands. 
Karl Vogel; Coriolis Inc.; Open Source Development with CVS; 
Chapters 2, 4, 6, 8, 9, and 10 are available free under the GPL at 
http://cvsbook.red bean.com/cvsbook.html
; 2000 

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