Re: Debugging cvspserver
This isn't a direct answer to your question but you may still find is
I've been using cvs with the pserve authentication. Several problems
* I could not use the system /etc/passwd file for authentication as
is supposedly possible per the documentation. Solution: define a
separate cvs passwd file.
* A remote checkout of a module that is composed of submodules
places the submodules incorrectly in the directory from which the
command was executed. Solution: do remote checkout, manually
relocate directories and patch CVS directory files.
On Sun, 23 Mar 1997, Douglas Bates wrote:
> I am using cvs with the file repository on the machine in my office.
> I would like to be able to manipulate these files from the machine at
> home. Both are running Debian Linux and both have the cvs package
> The machine at home will communicate via a PPP connection and will
> have a dynamically assigned IP number and name. I would much prefer
> to use the pserver authentication for cvs tranfers instead of rsh
> because I don't want to put all the possible dynamic addresses into a
> .rhosts file. I set up the cvspserver line in my /etc/inetd.conf file
> as follows.
> cvspserver stream tcp nowait root /usr/bin/cvs cvs pserver
> When I try the login procedure, all I get is
> $ cvs -d :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/home/CVS login
> (Logging in to email@example.com)
> CVS password:
> cvs [login aborted]: unrecognized auth response from franz.stat.wisc.edu: E Fatal error, aborting.
> Does anyone know what the responses from the server should be if I
> telnet directly to that port? (I can always read the sources but
> asking readers of this list is a lot easier :-)
> Alternatively, has anyone set up kerberos on a Debian Linux system and
> used the kserver method for cvs authentication? Other machines in my
> department use kerberos authentication so it may be best for me to
> install kerberos on both machines.