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On Fri, 16 May 2003 13:56:27 +0000 (UTC), barrisca at vodafone.ie (Paul Barriscale) wrote: >Hi, > >I am getting the following error when trying to login to sserver >(cvsroot=:sserver:user at host:c:\development\cvsroot) > >cvs [login aborted]: ssl connection failed: error:140770FC:SSL >routines:SSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:unknown protocol It's possible your certificate is invalid... best to get it working with the default setup before trying to experiment with your own certs. >One thing I have noticed is that after specifying the SSL cert file and >private key file within the CVS service control, exiting and then >returning to it I find they are blank again and also their entries in the >registry are blank too. Unless something else is writing to it I can't see how that could happen.. They're never blank, as the installer sets them up correctly initially (and the control panel won't let you specify a blank path). Odd permissions, perhaps? Firstly make sure the client is working - connect to the cvsnt CVS repository with sserver. Once that's working point the server at the default certificate file (cvsnt-default.pem) and try to connect to your own repository. Tony