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Re: CVS and SSH (again?)
- From: Charles Wilson <cwilson at ece dot gatech dot edu>
- To: Bauer Travis <trbauer2 at yahoo dot com>
- Cc: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Tue, 18 Dec 2001 17:35:40 -0500
- Subject: Re: CVS and SSH (again?)
- References: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Bauer Travis wrote:
> I know that there have various permutaitons of this
> discussion on this list before, but none of them quite
> seem to fit my problem:
> I have the latest cygwin installed using the setup
> program. I want to use the cvs client using ssh,
> which I successfully use daily on solaris machines.
> 1. When I installed cvs, it only installed the
> sources. Not sure why. openssh installed the
> binaries properly. I can ssh to the host and run
> programs just fine, but the shell I get cannot execute
> some programs, like pine or mutt, because of the
> terminal type.
> 2. I compiled and installed cvs from those sources.
> But "make check" or whatever the diagnostic target is,
> fails on the first case.
> 4. I found a precompiles version of cvs on the web
> someplace and copied the binary over what I compiled.
> Same errors. Tried some other ssh binaries from the
> net. Same errors.
Ummm...why don't you try to run setup again, and install the official,
cygwin, pre-compiled version of CVS. Then, try some SIMPLE tests --
create a LOCAL repository, checkin, checkout from THAT without
complicating matters with ssh.
Oh, yeah, and some information about your system would help: send
`cygcheck -s -v -r` output to the list.
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