[cvsnt] Error reading from server cvs: 0

Ingerun Syrén Sjösvärd ingerun at syrensoftware.se
Mon Nov 4 17:02:27 GMT 2002

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It worked. Thanks alot!                                               
> You'll want to make sure impersonation is turned off. At least      
that's how I got it to work with pserver :)                           
> -----Original Message-----                                          
> From: Ingerun Syrén Sjösvärd [mailto:ingerun at syrensoftware.se]      
> Sent: Monday, November 04, 2002 3:25 AM                             
> To: cvsnt at cvsnt.org                                                 
> Subject: [cvsnt] Error reading from server cvs: 0                   
> Hi!                                                                 
> I am fairly new to CVS NT, and have just set up a                   
> cvs server in a domain environment and everything works             
> fine connecting to it with sspi or ntserver.                        
> Since I have some users that are not members of the domain          
> (the log on locally to each computer) I am now trying to set this up
> for a testclient. But I cant seem to get the pserver protocol to    
> This is the error message:                                          
> C:\>cvs login                                                       
> Logging in to :pserver:Guest at cvs:2401/vct                           
> CVS password: **********                                            
> cvs [login aborted]: Error reading from server cvs: 0               
> C:\>cvs ls                                                          
> cvs [ls aborted]: Error reading from server cvs: 0                  
> Right now I have permissions on cvs repository and module is        
> full control.                                                       
> We are using Active Directory and win2000.                          
> What may be the problem? Any ideas anyone?                          
> BR                                                                  
> Ingerun                                                             
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