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Since I received no responses to my original post, I assume no one else has this problem (or this specific scenario). I am now trying to setup the "sserver" protocol, but cannot find any instructions. I have looked quite a bit (email list, wiki, ebook), and have found some instructions, but nothing that addresses the client side. I have mostly windows clients, and a Linux server. I have created the certificates, and have added them to the /etc/cvsnt/PServer file. I have also copied Plugins.example to Plugins, and have Pserver, Sserver, and Sspi uncommented, and set to 1 (I left the rest commented). But when I run cvs info -r, it only shows pserver and sspi as active protocols. I also do not know now to configure the client with the certificate. Does anyone know if there are instructions for this? Thanks, Mark On 3/9/07, Mark Johnson <amarkjohnson at gmail.com> wrote: > > Is there no solution to be able to use RunAsUser and ssh? > > I have a Linux server running CVSNT 2.5.03. I'm using a mix of pserver > and sspi. I now have a need to setup a new cvs server and enable ssh for a > group of users (I will also disable pserver on this machine). My Linux > server is authenticating against our domain (windows), so most cvs users do > not have local Linux accounts. If I stop using RunAsUser, then I have to > create a local linux group and add *every* cvs users to this group and > maintain it...a pain to say the least. If I don't maintain a common group, > the I start to have permissions issues, since these users don't have a local > linux account, I could not set their umask, and often items are create > without write access granted to other. > > Is there any solution to this? > > Thanks, > Mark >