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> -----Original Message----- > From: Glen Starrett > Sent: Wednesday, January 14, 2004 9:07 PM > Subject: RE: [cvsnt] sserver crashes on NT4 > > > I just upgraded my (~ 3 yr. old) very trusty cvsnt install, > > to the latest > > "stable" build (2.0.14, I think it is). Well logging into to it using > > :sserver: from a command line and tortoise > > semi-simultaneously brought cvsnt > > to a screeching halt. It could not write a dump file. (Dr. > > Watson may have > > if that's a help.) > > FYI, I'm running SSPI on my NT4SP6a box and it seems very stable. > I haven't > tried anything but SSPI and a dash of pserver though. > Yes, no problem with SSPI, nor pserver.... except there is no Eclispse plugin for SSPI and pserver isn't very secure for remote access. sserver sounded good: there's an Eclipse plugin, and it requires nothing added on the server (unlike ssh) to give security. But, alas, it doesn't seem (emphasis, on seem) this method is stable. == Ezra