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failing login to remote server

From: Schwenk, Jeanie
Subject: failing login to remote server
Date: Wed, 15 May 2002 13:05:21 -0700

Both machines are running cvs 1.11.1p1 and ssh.  
The server is running HP-UX 
The client is running linux mandrake 8.2.  

>From the linux client, I can slogin and sftp successfully as jschwenk to the
HP machines so ssh is running as expected.  But when I try cvs login,
authentication fails.  I used ethereal to check out the data in the packets
and sure enough, I got back "I HATE YOU".  I thought it was looking for the
password for jschwenk on the HP machine so that is what I got you2.   

I searched the archives and read 2.9.2 "Connecting with rsh" but didn't see
anything that helped.  

Misc info:

Permissions are not an issue. 

inetd.conf (HP-UX):  cvs stream tcp nowait root /opt/cvs/bin/cvs cvs -f
--allow-root=/export/cvsroot pserver

services:       cvs 2401/tcp # CVS port for pserver
                cvs 2401/udp # CVS port for pserver

.profile on remote machine running HP-UX
        export CVSROOT
        export CVS_RSH

.bashrc on local linux mandrake 8.2
        export CVSROOT
        export CVS_RSH

NOTE:  I also tried ext rather than pserver and it made no difference.

Help please.

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