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Re: problems with a CVS authentication

From: Mark D. Baushke
Subject: Re: problems with a CVS authentication
Date: Mon, 11 Aug 2003 00:48:36 -0700

S.Magesh <address@hidden> writes:

> Iam using CVS Repository in RH 7.3 Linux server ,and i connect my server
> thru WINCVS via OpenSSH Authetication.
> My Problem is if i do any changes in my CVS it is asking password each and
> every time.
> How do i stop this , is theri any configuration to make ???

You will want to investigate the ssh-agent command to be used
in conjunction with the ssh-add command.

> After searching google i tried SSH_KEYGEN and created public and private
> keys and placed the public keys in the server( renamed to authorized _keys)
> but still the problem is not fixed.

The name of the file is $HOME/.ssh/authorized_keys and/or
$HOME/.ssh/authorized_keys2 (depending on the version of OpenSSH).
> Pls GURUS help us in solving this problem

        -- Mark

Typical possibility:

        exec ssh-agent $SHELL
        <enter your pass phrase>

Now, assuming that the $HOME/.ssh/ (or file has
been added to your $HOME/.ssh/authorized_keys2 file on the server, it
should be possible to 'ssh server date' without entering your pass

        -- Mark

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