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Re: can't login cvs!

From: Jim Glockling
Subject: Re: can't login cvs!
Date: Fri, 03 May 2002 13:03:01 GMT

In article <address@hidden> "Vincent" <address@hidden> writes:
>I'm trying to setup a cvs (1.10 "Halibut") server on a SunOS 5.7 computer.
>I'm using pserver protocol.
>I assume that inetd.conf is properly configure as when trying to log in, cvs
>server ask me for a password.

What does the line look like?  Is there a "--allow-root=/home/cvsroot" option 
on it?
Also do have the line in the services file for port 2401?  And are you sure 
that port
isn't blocked for any reason?

If all of the above are okay then do you have an entry in the CVSROOT/passwd 
file if the
config file has SystemAuth=no? 

-Jim G.

>When I try to login (from the server at the moment) using :
>cvs -d :pserver:address@hidden:/home/cvsroot login
>the response is :
>(Logging in to address@hidden)
>CVS password:
>and cvs seems to wait forever. When I type my password no '*' chars appear.

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