Community technical support mailing list was retired 2010 and replaced with a professional technical support team. For assistance please contact: Pre-sales Technical support via email to email@example.com.
On Thu, 27 Feb 2003 21:26:38 -0000, "Craig Graham" <craig at twolips-translations.co.uk> wrote: >I've discovered (through trying to get Tortoise to work) that if I try using >CVSNT with the -x flag it hangs. It doesn't crash or go unresponsive- if I >do ctrl-c I get the standard > >cvs [update aborted]: received interrupt signal > >so it's doing something, but I've left one sitting there for 10 minutes or >so without it actually doing anything. If I try and retrieve a file >without -x then it works within a second or so. > >The client and server are on XP machines, distant from each other. A >firewall's in the way but not on either the client or the server machine. I >opened the one port that seemed to be required, which since unencrypted >updates are fine seems OK. > >I've tried various builds of 18.104.22.168, all with the same result. > >I came across what looks to be a similar problem in December; Jerzy >Kaczorowski, subject "SSPI encryption not working". I can't confirm the >server side crashing (wouldn't that bring the server down, so subsequent >unencrypted transactions failed to connect? I don't see that happening) but >otherwise it looks the same. Has any progress been made yet on this? There was such a bug in the WinCvs / CVSNT combination a while ago (maybe WinCvs 1.3.10 or 1.3.11 plus CVSNT before about b70). But the most recent ones have solved this. I also banged my head against this problem for a few days until the fix was done. /Bo (Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)