Subject: Re: Can't CVS for the recent security announcements
To: Paul Hoffman <>
From: Lubomir Sedlacik <>
List: tech-security
Date: 10/08/2002 20:13:18
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On Tue, Oct 08, 2002 at 12:03:55PM -0600, Paul Hoffman wrote:
> OK, now I have done:
> # export CVSROOT=3D""
                                               missing :

> # export CVS_RSH=3D/usr/bin/ssh

you want either use pserver or ssh, don't mix them up.

1) /usr/src# export
   /usr/src# cvs login
   /usr/src# cvs update -Pd -r netbsd-1-6 libexec/talkd

you will need to 'cvs login' in this case unless you already have
password stored in ~/.cvspass


2) /usr/src# export CVS_RSH=3Dssh
   /usr/src# cvs -d update -Pd -r netbs=
d-1-6 libexec/talkd

> I'm getting closer, but it wants a password. It doesn't like
> "anoncvs" as a password.  What am I supposed to enter for:
>'s password:

you have wrong host here again..


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