anselmi at americanisp.net
Sun Oct 28 19:02:24 PST 2001
Björn Lindberg wrote:
> I want to set up a CVS repository which I can reach from other
> computers. I have already installed CVS, and set up the repository.
> Careful study of the CVS manuals seem to imply that to be able to
> checkout the sources (non-anonymously), I have to run inetd to activate
> cvs on connections. I don't have inetd, and currently have no other use
> for it, so the question is; is there another way?
CVS doesn't have a daemon mode to listen for client connections. You can
run it with rsh (see http://www.cvshome.org/docs/manual/cvs_2.html#SEC28
). You can use ssh instead of rsh (see
http://ccvs.cvshome.org/fom//cache/9.html). If rsh isn't secure enough,
and ssh isn't available, CVS provides its own authentication called pserver
- that's the one that requires inetd.
It is apparently possible to tunnel pserver over ssh - see the faq link
above. It is not very detailed though.
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