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Re: CVS And Solaris

From: Neil Tardella
Subject: Re: CVS And Solaris
Date: 11 Apr 2002 09:27:16 -0700

Are you sure cvs is in your path?
try specifying the path: 
eg. ssh -l username host '/usr/local/bin/cvs' 
"Steve P" <address@hidden> wrote in message news:<address@hidden>...
> First of all, I would like to thank Mr. Knowles for his fine help with my
> previous post.  I wish there was a way I could rate it.
> Here's another scenario I need some help with:  At school, we have a Solaris
> machine we do all of our schoolwork on, and, of course, it has CVS.  If I'm
> at school (or communicating via SSH), I can check in / check out projects
> from my cvs root on the Solaris machine to my Solaris account.
> Here is where the problem comes in.  I have WinCVS set up here at home and I
> want to be able to do the same thing.  I have SSH set up here and I use
> WinCVS to communicate with a linux machine.  Again, no problems.  However,
> when I try to use WinCVS to communicate with the Solaris machine, I get the
> following error:  cvs [checkout aborted]: end of file encountered.  The
> settings are the same for the Linux machine and the Solaris machine (of
> course, the paths, etc. are different), but I still cannot access my
> repository on Solaris.  If I do the following:
>      ssh -l username host 'cvs'    I get a "cvs:  command not found"
>         but, if I do the following:
>      ssh -l username host 'ls'    I get a list of my files.  This tells me
> SSH is working correctly.
>      My question:  Has anyone encountered anything like this before?  Is
> there a way for the Solaris admin to disallow this kind of file transefers
> from one machine to another (in other words, turn off "cvs" from external
> machines)?  Is there a way to check?
>      Thank you very much in advanced,
>      Steve

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