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Re: Remote login demands password when none defined - dont want it to an
Re: Remote login demands password when none defined - dont want it to anyway?
Fri, 31 Aug 2001 11:26:35 -0400 (EDT)
Bob Seabrook writes:
> cvs cannot open /root/.cvsignore Permission Denied
> cannot chdir(/root) Permission denied.
This is an excruciatingly frequently asked question. First, make sure
you have a -f global option in the cvs command in /etc/inted.conf. If
that isn't the problem, then you have a buggy version of inetd that sets
$HOME in the environment of commands that it runs. There are a number
of ways to deal with that:
1) Have inetd run a shell script that unsets $HOME and then runs CVS.
2) Have inetd use the env command to run CVS with an empty environment.
3) Upgrade to the current release of CVS (1.11.1p1), which you can get
Ever notice how tense grown-ups get when they're recreating? -- Calvin