From: Thomas Bleier <thomas@bl...> - 2002-06-19 08:05:26
Well, I did not try this yet. Maybe you can try to play with the "CVS
command" option in BorCVS to mimic WinCVS's commands and see if that
BTW, what I think is missing from your CVSROOT string is the connection
method, which, in this case, should be "ext", I think. You also have to
set the environment variables to force CVS to use SSH as described in the
On 19 Jun 2002 at 19:50, Patrick Dunford wrote:
> I have WinCVS installed talking to the SF.net CVS server over SSH. So I
> tried to set up BorCVS the same. I told it that cvs.exe was located in the
> WinCVS directory where indeed it is.
> My CVSROOT I copied from WinCVS pointing to SF's server. This is the output
> of a checkout:
> C:\>"F:\Program Files\GNU\WinCvs 1.2\cvs.exe" -d
> pdunford@...:/cvsroot/dunfordsoft checkout -P
> cvs.exe [checkout aborted]: cannot connect to socket: Connection refused
> Exit code: 1
> WinCVS doesn't seem to do different but it knows to bring up SSH and ask me
> for my password. cvs checkout -P autoexec (in directory D:\xxx)
> Is there something I need to do to persuade BorCVS that it can talk to the
> server through SSH or is this not supported?
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