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CVS via SSH2 on Win32 hangs

From: Douglas Finkle
Subject: CVS via SSH2 on Win32 hangs
Date: Sun, 17 Feb 2002 19:14:20 -0500

I am trying to connect to my CVS server via SSH2 and public key,
and it is hanging my connection.  I checked the archives, and some
have had similar problems, and have stated that it's an SSH bug.

Listed below is my scenario, s/w versions, etc.  Can someone please
offer a suggestion as to what the problem is, and possibly confirm
if they have had the SAME problem?

* CVS server v1.11p1 on Solaris 8
* SSH server on Solaris 8: F-Secure SSH Version DSS
* SSH Client on Solaris 8: F-Secure SSH Version DSS
* SSH Client on Win32: F-Secure 3.0 build 28 DSS
* WinCVS 1.2
* CVS command line client v1.10 on Win32 

On UNIX I can connect via SSH/public key from UNIX login; also
can do a 'cvs co <module>' from UNIX command line.  CVSROOT is
set to use the :ext: syntax, and CVS_RSH is set to ssh2.

So all is happy in UNIX land...

In Windoze, I can also ssh from the command line using public key.
But, when I try the same 'cvs co <module>' either from command
line or WinCVS the connection hangs.

On the server end I'm doing a truss, and see cvs issuing it's
'cvs server' command, and I see a directory /tmp/<ssh-pid> 
being created.  Then the world stops, and the server process goes
to sleep. No files checked out, no error messages. WTF?


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