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Steve Franks wrote: > I'm actually on FreeBSD 6.1, but the linux stuff all seems to apply, > however, sspi and sserver don't work, and I'd like to put something with a > modicum of security out my firewall. I see no further info on sserver or > sspi on cvsnt.org or in the freebsd mailing list archives. I did do > cvspasswd sucessfully via pserver for the repository in question, and it > didn't seem to make a difference. > > I have openssl installed, and I have samba installed and working. > > I get the following errors: > <cvsnt at cvsnt.org cvsnt downloads at march-hare.com @CVSNT on Twitter CVSNT on Facebook> > <cvsnt at cvsnt.org cvsnt downloads at march-hare.com @CVSNT on Twitter CVSNT on Facebook>>cvsnt -d:sspi:steve at localhost/fd login > CVS Password: ******* > cvsnt [login aborted]: unrecognzed auth response from localhost: > Authentication protocol rejected acces Did you configure winbind in /etc/cvsnt/PServer to talk to ntlm_auth? Is winbindd running? Does winbindd work with your AD? use wbinfo to check. >>cvsnt -d:sserver:steve at localhost/fd login > CVS Password: ******* > SSL connection failed(0): error:00000000:lib(0):func(0):reason(0) > cvsnt [login aborted]: connection to server failed Did you specify the certificates to use (CertificateFile and PrivateKeyFile in /etc/cvsnt/Pserver)? > My win32 boxes all use sspi currently; If I have to go to sserver, anyone > have a windows script for traversing a tree (a rally big one) and > replacing all the root files that specify sspi with sserver? WinCVS has a script to do this... and within the last few weeks on this list a couple of scripts appeared to do something similar... you'll have to dig through the list archive to locate it ... or you could just checkout into a new sandbox :-) -- David Somers - typographer/programmer/whatever Random (and sometimes useful) stuff blogged at http://www.omz13.com