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RE: AW: Please help troubleshooting connection problem via SSH


From: ai26
Subject: RE: AW: Please help troubleshooting connection problem via SSH
Date: Fri, 08 Oct 2004 00:36:31 +0200

In a message of Thu, 7 Oct 2004 23:15:31 +0200
Received on Thu, 07 Oct 2004 23:20:56 +0200

Guus Leeuw jr. <address@hidden> wrote
to: 'Chris Weiss' <address@hidden>

>> -----Urspr├╝ngliche Nachricht-----
>> Von: address@hidden 
>> [mailto:address@hidden Im 
>> Auftrag von Chris Weiss
>> 
>> FYI - the output of -t update is (the user/servernames have 
>> been changed 
>> to protect the innocent):
>> 
>> C:\>"c:\Program Files\gnu\WinCvs 1.3\cvs" -z9 -t  update
>>   -> main loop with 
>> CVSROOT=<username>@cvs.<servername>.com:/usr/local/cvsroot
>> 
>> And that's it... it'll sit until we ctrl-C out of it...
>
>Remove the -z9 and retry. (Not that I think it makes any jack difference)

Probably not.

>
>Plus isn't CVSROOT meant to say something like :ext: in case of SSH?

Exactly.  That CVSROOT as it appears above is broken.  Ought to be
something like :ext:address@hidden:/path/to/repository

And the env variable CVS_RSH must point to your ssh exectubable but the
trace will reveal that problem next.  (There is provision in WinCVS to
set that.)

Michael


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Michael Lemke
Sternwarte Bamberg, University of Erlangen-N├╝rnberg, Germany
(address@hidden)




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