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Tony Hoyle wrote: > Francis Irving wrote: >> The trouble is, that CVS_RSH environment variable isn't stored >> anywhere (in the CVS/Root file, for example) so you can't mix two >> different uses of it. > > RSH protocol is pretty useless. It was pretty useless when it was > written but they didn't have any choice then... we have ssh now which at > least has some security. > >> So I'd prefer it if :server: automatically used RSH... > > > There's no such protocol as :server: AFAIK. > > There's really nothing to stop you setting CVS_RSH to 'rsh' and using > that as a default. No changes to cvs are necessary. If you are working on a sourceforge project, you need CVS_RSH to be "ssh.exe" or equivalent. If your "corporate CVS repository" is using RSH, then you need CVS_RSH to be "rsh.exe" or equivalent. To me honest, I really don't understand why the TortoiseCVS user is using rsh in the first place. AFAICT there was only one TortoiseCVS user that was doing this. Francis, did you ever ask him why he can't use any other protocols? - Brian _______________________________________________ Cvsnt mailing list Cvsnt at cvsnt.org http://www.cvsnt.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/cvsnt https://www.march-hare.com/cvspro/en.asp#downcvs