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tmh at nodomain.org (Tony Hoyle) writes: > On Wed, 12 Feb 2003 13:46:29 +0100, "Oliver Giesen" <ogware at gmx.net> > wrote: > > >> Change to use plink for ssh protocol. This should be a lot more > >> stable than cryptlib was. > > > >It looks like you removed the ability to authenticate via private keys in > >the process, is that correct? > >cvs info ssh no longer lists the corresponding keywords and they are > >obviously not recognized, too. > >Can we expect this feature to return? > > > Since it's using plink you can put your private keys into pageant and > it'll work that way... it's probably a lot more secure that way, too. I can now use :ssh: to connect to my projects on SourceForge, even the one with the 3Mb file. This is good. However, I cannot get my private key loaded into pageant; I always have to type my sourceforge password. If I use plink separately, with a saved session that specifies my private key, I don't need to enter the password. My username at sourceforge is not the same as my username on my local machine, so I have to specify the username as part of the CVSROOT. Does this affect the use of pageant? Anthony -- Anthony Williams Senior Software Engineer, Beran Instruments Ltd. Remove NOSPAM when replying, for timely response.