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Sat, 31 Aug 2002 13:29:52 +0800
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Larry Jones wrote:
'Lo and behold, you're correct. I didn't realize I didn't have kerberos
cvs import: Your CVSROOT is set for a kerberos access method
cvs import: but your CVS executable doesn't support it
cvs import: (:kserver:myown.net:/home/cvs)
cvs [import aborted]: Bad CVSROOT.
But the fact is I compiled cvs with encryption enabled and
with the '--with-krb4' option as well.
Just because you asked for Kerberos doesn't mean you got it -- if
configure couldn't find everything it needed, it would have disabled it.
Did you check the configure output?
on my system..sillly me. ;)
And so it isn't.. oh well, I've got pserver set up at least. Shouldn't
be that bad. But
will get kserver up as soon as I can.
No, but if you run "cvs foo" it should give you a list of all the known
commands, which at least lets you see if kserver is there or not.