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Hi, I'm trying to get Linux CVS clients working against a Windows 2000 CVS server. Both systems are running cvsnt. The Windows box is also the only domain controller. Has anyone got :gserver: working from Linux to Windows 2000? I don't know enough about Kerberos setup to know what I need to do on the Win2K. I can run kinit and klist on the Linux side, and I appear to get a valid ticket: ------------- jonr at gemini:~$ kinit Password for jonr at EDI.CRITICALBLUE.COM: jonr at gemini:~$ klist Ticket cache: FILE:/tmp/krb5cc_1005 Default principal: jonr at EDI.CRITICALBLUE.COM Valid starting Expires Service principal 09/17/02 17:01:38 09/18/02 03:01:38 krbtgt/EDI.CRITICALBLUE.COM at EDI.CRITICALBLUE.COM Kerberos 4 ticket cache: /tmp/tkt1005 klist: You have no tickets cached jonr at gemini:~$ ------------- However, cvs doesn't like it: jonr at gemini:~$ jonr at gemini:~$ cvs -d :gserver:aquarius:/d//cvs/Sample version Client: Concurrent Versions System (CVSNT) 126.96.36.199 (Build 57f) (client/server) Server: cvs [version aborted]: connect to aquarius(aquarius.edi.criticalblue.com):24841 failed: Unknown error jonr at gemini:~$ Why is it trying to connect on port 24841? I thought gserver lived on 2401 ? I tried cvs -d :gserver:aquarius:2401/d//cvs/Sample version but that didn't work either (same Unknown error). What do I need to do to make this work? In a Kerberos interop white paper, MS talks about adding users in Active Directory but don't specify whether they mean the "AD Users & Computers" or "AD Sites & Services" snap-in. I know nearly nothing about Kerberos, and all the CVS docs say helpful things like "gserver is beyond the scope of this document" and "see a Kerberos expert". Seems to me Kerberos is so complicated there just AREN'T enough experts to go round! My Linux user is using PAM-LDAP to authenticate against the same Windows server, if that's relevant (probably not). Thanks for any suggestions, Jon.