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Hi, On Thu, 19 Dec 2002 18:06:24 GMT, tmh at nodomain.org (Tony Hoyle) wrote: >That means everything is working, but the remote server rejected your >key. There could be any number of reasons for that... Presumably you >have already uploaded your public key to the remote server? Yes, I been using that cvs server for some time now. But I found the problem: after reading the example you posted earlier ("cvs -d :ssh;key='d:\my key':server:/repository login") I assumed I needed to remove my user name. I suppose that wasn't very smart of me because after readding it everything works :) Must say SSH has become a lot easier (to configure) this way, well done! :) You also wrote: >Experimental ssh support, client & server (server is ssh2 only). Is there some info/documentation somewhere about ssh server support? Greetings, Martijn Laan