cvs -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/jamin login
cvs -z3 -d:pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/jamin co jam
When you are prompted for a password simply press <Enter>.
Notice that we didn't specify --prefix=/usr. This
is because JAM is a program and it only needs to be in your path to run.
You can put it in /usr if you want. Just remember to be consistent
- do it the same way every time.
cp jam/.jamrc ~
You then need to edit ~/.jamrc with your favorite editor (vi or emacs derivative depending on religion) and at the very least change the pixmap_path to point to the JAM pixmaps directory. This directory is included in the JAM CVS download so, assuming you put the jam directory in /foo/bar the line in .jamrc would look like this:
At some point in the near future we will be providing presets for different
situations (from actual, working audio engineers). At present we
are still in the design and bitch stage but keep your eyes open they'll
be coming soon.