[cvsnt] Re: Where to read on ssh and ssh1 used by cvsnt?

Bo Berglund bo.berglund at telia.com
Wed Oct 6 20:04:15 BST 2004

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On Wed, 6 Oct 2004 12:22:15 -0600, "Siegfried Heintze"
<siegfried at heintze.com> wrote:

>>I have not seen that query.
>>But then again I am not maintaining that instruction anymore. Too much
>>happening with CVSNT development nowadays so I cannot keep up with it
>>and most people seem to get the install working anyways now.
>>Should I take it off-line?
>For some strange reason, the email server rejected my post and put it in
>purgatory and deleted it. It said it was too big. I don't know why it was
>too big, it was just an ordinary reply like this one.
>So that explains why you did not see it.
>So I'm reading your installation tips and where it documents SSPI and
>It says: "todo - needs explanation of external programs, how to set CVS_EXT
>(or CVS_RSH if we want legacy support)"
>So does this mean I have to download the source code to learn how to
>establish a secure connection or are these documented somewhere else? It
>looks like the one protocol that is secure is the one that is not

So it is the copy of my webpage thta is in the CVSNT WIKI then...
In any case whatever is in WIKI can be changed and added to by any
knowledgable person.
I have personally only used the protocols:
ntserver (no longer available)
sspi (what I use now)
All of the other protocols I have no experience in and can
consequently not help out with..


(Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)

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