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    Thanks for your reply.  Could I bother you to go into a little more
depth?  If so...

    Could you explain the loopback interface?
    Do you know what client the Mac Developer is using?
    Do you know what ssh client the developer is using?
    Do you know how they set up the tunnel?

    - Matt

----- Original Message -----
From: "Rob Helmer" <address@hidden>
To: "Matt Munz" <address@hidden>
Cc: "info-cvs mailing list" <address@hidden>
Sent: Tuesday, February 06, 2001 1:38 PM
Subject: Re: Trying to set up cvs + ssh + mac client

> Hello Matt,
> I run a pserver on the loopback interface of my CVS server
> and I have a Mac developer SSH tunneling to it while
> everyone else uses CVS_RSH=ssh1
> I don't know know of any other way to do it, but this
> way seems to work quite well.
> --
> Rob Helmer
> Namodn
> On Tue, Feb 06, 2001 at 10:33:24AM -0800, Matt Munz wrote:
> > Hi All.
> >
> >     Feel free to rtfm me on this.  I'd be happy to read a manual that
*clearly* addresses this issue.  If you know about one, please let me know.
> >
> >     I am connecting to my cvs server just fine with my win2k boxes
running ssh1 clients.  I'm *not* using tunneling for this.  Cvs thinks it's
using rsh via :ext:, and I have $CVS_RSH set to ssh.  But before I started
patting myself on the back, I realized I needed to do the same thing on a
Mac.  Not being as familiar with macs as I'd like to be, I went looking for
notes on the web, without much success.  Now I'm here looking for solutions
to the problem -- I'm trying to avoid hacks and "quick-fixes".
> >
> >     I'd prefer to have a command-line type of client that connects to
the server in the same way that my win2k boxes do.  I'd also prefer to use
only free software that installs relatively easily.  Do you know of a cvs
client + ssh client that fits this description?
> >
> >     Back in the real world, any answers to the following questions would
help a lot...
> >
> >     Is there a command-line cvs client for mac?
> >
> >     Can a mac connect to a cvs server using ssh w/o using port
> >
> >     If absolutely necessary, how can I set up a tunnel easily, both on
the server (OpenBSD/Unix), and the client?
> >
> >     Thanks for any help/advice you might have.
> >
> >     - Matt Munz
> >       address@hidden
> >
> >
> >
> >

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