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RE: Pserver Login problem

From: Furmaniuk, Michael
Subject: RE: Pserver Login problem
Date: Wed, 14 Mar 2001 12:10:18 -0500

  I've now changed my environment as a test to see if there is something
going wrong.

  I have downloaded the CVS 1.11 Solaris client/server version from the CVS
Home web site, as well as WinCVS 1.10, using this as a client.

  Changing the password in the passwd file, using the passwd utility I show
the file as changed, and can get in with the User account on the machine,
but if I create a new account linked to my User account, as per the docs, I
get refused access.  I've still got the config file commented to not use
system passwd files, but it seems to still do this, I can log in with the
system account using the system passwd only.

  I'm beginning to think that I can't get this work.  Is there any other way
to debug what is going on?

-----Original Message-----
From: Furmaniuk, Michael [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: Monday, March 12, 2001 3:11 PM
To: 'Peter Ajamian'; Info-CVS Mailing List
Subject: RE: Pserver Login problem

>Are the passwords encrypted or plaintext?  They have to be encrypted to
>work.  If you want you can grab a copy of the new CVSPWD program which
>will manage the password and readers files for you.  You can get the
>program at .

  Yes, I used the latest version from 3/9/01 - 2.0.5 and installed it, and
am getting the encrypted keys in the passwd file, that's why I was wondering
if there was something else on the CVS server that might need checking.

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