Charles Seberino wrote:
> Vernon and Seth,
> Works great.
> This is what I use to run cvs through (sgi's) firewall using ssh.
> setenv CVSROOT ':pserver:cvs@xxxxxxxxxxx:/cvs'
> setenv CVS_RSH ssh
Note the CVS_RSH variable is only used with the "ext" directive
the "pserver" directive indicates the use of port 2401.
In other words it isn't necessary to set CVS_RSH.
Otherwise yes this is the correct way to get through a
> setenv SOCKS_SERVER sgigate.sgi.com (only works for sgi people - and socks
> aware ssh)
> Then I just preface all my cvs commands with 'runsocks' (from socks5
> package) such as:
> runsocks cvs update
> Don't know if you use socks or not, but oss does work with ssh.
> Hope this helps.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Seth Mos [mailto:knuffie@xxxxxxxxx]
> > Sent: Thursday, June 14, 2001 3:40 PM
> > To: Vernon McPherron
> > Cc: linux-xfs@xxxxxxxxxxx
> > Subject: Re: ssh cvs access?
> > On Thu, 14 Jun 2001, Vernon McPherron wrote:
> > > At work I'm unable to update my cvs tree via cvs. I'm
> > guessing it is
> > > because of the firewall. XFree86 has cvs via ssh and that
> > works great,
> > > is there any way to use the XFS cvs server via ssh?
> > Not that I know of. Maybe we could set up a second cvs server
> > in europe
> > for anonmous CVS checkouts and updates.
> > I'll look into it. I will have to wathc the traffic though.
> > Bye
> > Seth