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Re: trouble with server password

From: Rafael Morales
Subject: Re: trouble with server password
Date: Fri, 4 Jun 2004 10:49:24 -0500
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My correct question is, I have five users who will use the CVS but I would
like to use SSH for they login to CVS server and they can work. I can get the
cvs -d :pserver:rmorales@ login
but now I want that these users can work (edit files, add files, folders,
etc), but I can't find info about to use ssh+cvs. Is there any manaul could
help me to do my homework ???
Thanks and regards.

On Thursday 03 June 2004 16:38, Larry Jones wrote:
> Rafael Morales writes:
> > 4- From a client = cvs -d :pserver:rafael@
> > login but this message i get: Server configuration missing --allow-root
> > in inetd.conf
> >
> > I don't know what is bad. I hope someone help me please.
> Something is wrong in your /etc/inetd.conf.  If you check it carefully
> and still can't see the problem, cut & paste the actual line from the
> file (or send the whole file) and we'll help you out.  Most likely, you
> specified the path to the executable but forgot to repeat the command
> name before starting the options (so --allow-root=... was treated as the
> command name rather than as an option).
> -Larry Jones
> What's the matter?  Don't you trust your own kid?! -- Calvin
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