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Re: Problem when cvs password contain @

From: prasankn
Subject: Re: Problem when cvs password contain @
Date: Mon, 11 Jun 2007 00:14:40 -0700 (PDT)


I got the same error. I need to login to CVS by passing the password along
with the login command.

for example : 
cvs -d :pserver:check:address@hidden@nprasanna:/home/reposit login

username: check
password: address@hidden

I tried the below options and failed.

1.  cvs -d :pserver:checkatchar:"address@hidden"@yagachi:/testCv login
2. cvs -d :pserver:check:"address@hidden":@nprasanna:/home/reposit co

Can i get any solution for this.


gnu-cvs wrote:
> Try this: cvs -d :pserver:ruchiras:@yagachi:/testCv login
> Tom
> ruchira schrieb:
>> Hi,
>>    If any cvs user's pasword contain @ suchas address@hidden then this 
>> command
>> is
>> giving error...because it is considering server name after first @. For
>> example if cvs -d :pserver:ruchiras:password@@yagachi:/testCv login
>> then it will take server name @yagachi which is not a server.Server is
>> yagachi ,so how can i solve this problem.
>>  C:\>cvs -d :pserver:ruchiras:password@@yagachi:/testCv login
>>  Logging in to :pserver:ruchiras@@yagachi:2401:/testCv
>> Error connecting to host @yagachi: No such host is known.
>> Is there ang solution to solve this problem.
>> Thanks and Regards
>> Ruchira
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