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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Small memory leak, CVS

From: Joern Thyssen
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Small memory leak, CVS
Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2003 12:52:10 +0000
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On Mon, Mar 31, 2003 at 02:42:12PM +0200, Holger wrote
> At 12:26 31.03.2003 +0000, Joern Thyssen wrote:
> >On Mon, Mar 31, 2003 at 02:04:47PM +0200, Holger wrote
> >> At 10:17 31.03.2003 +0200, Øystein O Johansen wrote:
> >> >I'm using cvs from Windows. But I don't use ssh.
> >> >
> >> >Why don't I use ssh? Simply because I haven't figured out how to install
> >> >and use ssh on windows.
> >>
> >> But how do you commit things then? As I understood
> >> https://savannah.gnu.org/cvs/?group=gnubg the savannah password doesn't
> >> work for cvs. I guess you do "cvs login" first. With ext or pserver? And
> >> where did you get the password from?
> >
> >Aah, right, forgot that.As far as I remember some of us old-timers have
> >a pserver password, and we can actually use "cvs login" instead of ssh.
> >I haven't used pserver in ages, and I'm almost certain that they don't
> >issue new pserver passwords.
> I guess so, too. So just to be sure, I don't need/have to do a "cvs login" 
> with ssh? A registered key with no passphrase and a "export CVS_RSH=ssh; 
> cvs -z9 address@hidden:/cvsroot/gnubg update -P -d" should give 
> me no prompt and do the same like anonymous pserver access. (?)

I can't remember what the -P and -d flags does, but yes: that's
basically how I do it (except that I've set CVSROOT to

cvs prompts me for the my pass phrase, but I normally do

eval `ssh-agent`

first. This makes my sessions password-prompt-less.


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