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On Tue, 10 Jun 2003 11:16:47 +0100, "Grumph" <grumph at pouet.com> wrote: >I can't connect to the my cvs server with the sserver protocol. > >I have done : > >set cvsroot=:sspi:computer:/test >cvs passwd -r user -a cvsuser > >I have opened the CVSROOT/passwd file to check if everything is ok. It's >look like. > >But after, if I try : > >set cvsroot=:sserver:cvsuser at computer/test >cvs login > >>> cvs ask me the password and I get this error : > => CVS password: ***** > cvs [login aborted]: ssl connection failed: >error:00000000:lib(0):func(0):reason(0) > > SSL isn't very good at reporting errors... basically you have one of the following: sserver not installed on the server ca.pem missing on the server no certificate on the server (one should have been generated automatically on install). Tony