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From Sander Temme <scte...@covalent.net>
Subject Re: CVS, SSH and Windows
Date Tue, 10 Sep 2002 20:18:10 GMT
> When you figure it out, please update the developer docs (on
> httpd.apache.org/dev/) with the info.

>> and howtos, and have got nowhere - SSH insists on asking for a password
>> on every connection attempt, and won't cooperate.

You need to convince CVS to use public key authentication. Are you using the
cygwin ssh? In that case, generate a public/private key pair using
ssh-keygen. The private key goes (probably already is) in the ~/.ssh
directory; copy the public key over to the ssh server and rename/append to
~/.ssh/authorized_keys. If you have generated ssh2 compatible keys, that
file should be named authorized_keys2. Proof of the pudding: if you can ssh
in without specifying password from the shell, WinCVS should be able to do
it, too. From the shell, debug using ssh -v.

Enjoy,

S.

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