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Re: RH 7.2

From: Gianni Mariani
Subject: Re: RH 7.2
Date: Sun, 31 Mar 2002 13:00:40 -0800
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export CVS_RSH=ssh

setenv CVS_RSH ssh

Bryon Lape wrote:

NO, how do I get cvs to use something other than rsh?

James Knowles wrote:

Is there anyont to get cvs to run a
different (more secure) command?

We use ssh exclusively,


We're not using the CVS pserver. I've used ssh tunneling (port proxy) for
other applications, but not for pserver. I presume that ssh's tunnelling
abilities will allow pserver to be used.

As for passwordless logins with asymmetric keys, you have to create the
public/private key pair. Use the ssh-keygen program (Linux) or puttygen
(Windows). The private half goes in ~/.ssh and the public half is copied
into the remote machine's ~/.ssh/authorized_keys. Leave the password blank.

You may have to ensure that the ~/.ssh directory denies world and group
access (chmod 700). ssh may refuse to work if this directory is group or
world readable.

I stumbled around a lot until I figured it out. Once I figured it out, it's
fairly straightforward.

If you need to do it for a Windows client, I have my personal notes at
under the heading "Setting Up the Cryptographic Keys."

Concordia parvae res crescunt, discordia maximae dilabuntur.
Through unity the small thing grows, through disunity the largest thing
- Sallust, Jugurtha

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