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> >> Experimental ssh support, client & server (server is ssh2 only). <.snip.> > > It supports 'cvs login' so you don't have to use an RSA key. If you > want to, use keys anyway you use login but specify the key & > passphrase instead: > > cvs -d :ssh;key='d:\my key':server:/repository login > Password: <passphrase> > > You need to use openssh v2 (or v1) format keys which puttygen is able > to export. Currently cvsnt doesn't support encrypted v1 keys (because > then encryption is non-standard and I'm far from being a crypto > expert!). Hmm, I'm stuck far earlier already. Is there anything I have to do in order to activate the :ssh: protocol? Even though I have chosen it upon installation and the DLL is indeed there in my CVSNT directory, cvs info does not report it and trying to do something like cvs -d:ssh:whoever at whereever:/cvsroot whatever just tells me that the :ssh: access method is not supported by this port of CVS... I already tried un- and re-installing, but to no avail so far... :( Cheers, Oliver ----------------------- JID: ogiesen at jabber.org ICQ: 18777742 (http://wwp.icq.com/18777742)