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Re: CVS on SSH

From: Gaurav Vaish
Subject: Re: CVS on SSH
Date: Tue, 7 Sep 2004 14:21:16 +0530

sshd is running.

  The shells for all the users are disabled (/bin/nologin). How do I
allow access to cvs thru ssh? Basically, what changes do I need to put
in the cvs configuration.

  I know how to access cvs on ssh -- I've been using SF for 3yrs now.
So, that's not a problem. :-)

Happy Hacking,
Gaurav Vaish

On Tue, 7 Sep 2004 07:54:25 +0200, Arno Schuring
<address@hidden> wrote:
> > Hi,
> Hi
> >
> >   How do I enable CVS on SSH?
> Enable SSH
> And the long answer:
> The only thing you need to use cvs over ssh is to enable an ssh daemon on
> the cvs server (make sure ssh users can execute the cvs executable), and use
> the :ext: connection method on your clients. If you use the command line
> client, make sure you set CVS_RSH to your ssh executable (probably ssh,
> though I've used it with plink also).
> HTH,
> Arno

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