Read following pages for setting up pserver.
Launchd - http://developer.apple.com/macosx/launchd.html
Copy & Paste from above site -- just in case :
CVS pserver launchd item for OS X 10.4
Tuesday, August 02 2005 @ 08:14 pm MDT
Contributed by: ChrisRyland
TipsInspired by the recent excellent launchd overview on afp548, I needed to set up a CVS pserver on our new Tiger Xserve box, migrating from an old Linux server.
Here's a recipe that seems to work.
You'll need to create a launchd control file, call it cvspserver.plist, and put it in /Library/LaunchDaemons (where local launch control files are supposed to live):
Label com.apple.cvspserver UserName cvs Program /usr/bin/cvs ProgramArguments cvs -f --allow-root=/Users/cvs pserver Sockets Listeners SockPassive SockServiceName cvspserver SockType SOCK_STREAM inetdCompatibility Wait
You'll have to change the --allow-root=/Users/cvs CVS root specification above to match your actual root, but otherwise the above should work.
Next, it doesn't appear that cvs under Tiger can access the standard user/password database, so you'll have to create a password file in your $CVSHOME/CVSROOT directory:
$ cd ~cvs/CVSROOT
$ sudo htpasswd -c passwd user1
$ sudo htpasswd passwd user2 # etc.
Then, you'll need a
# launchctl load /Library/LaunchDaemons/cvspserver.list
and you should be in business. (At the next reboot, cvspserver.plist should be picked up by launchd.)