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RE: SSH Authentication for CVS

From: Daniel Stolz
Subject: RE: SSH Authentication for CVS
Date: Tue, 10 Jul 2001 10:01:29 -0400

For WinCVS (assuming you're using WinCVS 1.2) go to Admin|Preferences and go
to the 'Ports' tab.
The bottom checkbox allows you to specify the location of your particular
ssh executable.

As for your other problem, there is a tool 'ssh-agent' which basically
stores your key in memory after you have provided the passphrase.  This
should allow you to use passphrases with public keys without having to enter
the passphrase for each key.

I'm pretty sure you should be able to get it working from a command prompt.
I don't know about getting that to work with WinCVS.  Try it!

| From: "QS CVS" <address@hidden>
| Subject: SSH Authentication for CVS
| either passphrase or password. That causes every cvs command to
| prompt every time during the execution.
| be an appropriate authentication for Windows client. Can someone make a
| recommendation in this regards?
| WinCVS since it complains about rsh. I have selected ssh server for
| Howard

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