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On Mon, Feb 05, 2001 at 05:03:24PM -0800, Chris Chambers wrote:
> Yep! The ssh part is working great... it's even set up for "no password". 

Ok... something strange i've seen under 98 before was extra spaces inside
the definitions (this happened when some app rewrote the autoexec.bat).

Could something similar have happened with this set up?

I can't remember, but are you using wincvs or command line client?   If
command line, and you do "cvs -t co -c", what is your output?

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