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> Here is the problem: > Recently we added a few linux boxes which will also be used as cvs > clients. Since sspi is not supported in linux, we tried using ssh as > auth method for our linux clients. The problem is, ssh does > not include > domain information thus the linux boxes does not have write permission > to the repository. Temporarily, we have given 'everybody' > read access to > all folders so the linux boxes can checkout modules. But when > we try to > commit, the linux boxes fails. I believe Tony recently added rudamentary SSPI support to the *nix client. Have you tried installing and using CVSNT on those other machines? I don't know if gCVS can use CVSNT, but I couldn't think why it wouldn't unless it's an embedded client it's using (it's certainly worth a shot). Glen Starrett