[cvsnt] Re: Using SSH with CVSNT
steveforsyth at hotmail.com
Tue Jun 15 18:41:10 BST 2004
Then this makes no since to me... a new development evironment like IntelliJ
(and Eclipse) should not have added ssh1 as an option. hmmm.
Am I missing something? No answer required :)
So for my follow up question, for those Java developers out there that may
be using one of these IDEs or maybe using a similar IDE with built in CVS
support. It seems that both IDEs have an ext setting.... I'm going to google
for info on this but it seems that this is for an external client (command
line) that the IDE can use? This would seem to me that I could just install
WinCVS on my client and use SSPI?
>From: Tony Hoyle <tmh at nodomain.org>
>To: cvsnt at cvsnt.org
>Subject: [cvsnt] Re: Using SSH with CVSNT
>Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2004 18:30:58 +0100
>On Tue, 15 Jun 2004 10:20:08 -0700, "Steve Forsyth"
><steveforsyth at hotmail.com> wrote:
> >Anyway, my question is how to get ssh working... in my limited reading...
> >sounds like I need to install openSSH on the server using cygwin since
> >on Win 2000. But, what I haven't seen explained is whether there is
> >anything else I need to do or do you just install openSSH and that takes
> >care of the connection to CVSNT? And do I have to do anything on the
> >clients side?... it looks like the client side is taken care of by the
> >in ssh1 emplementation wtihin IntelliJ.
>Openssh works mostly, although it has some issues with usernames.
>If security is an issue use ssh2 - ssh1 has been cracked a long time
>ago (it was depreciated in 2001). Best to configure openssh to only
>allow ssh2 connections.
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