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CVS, SSH and Passwords

Anyone know of a utility that can be used to "remember" my CVS password? I can only access the server using SSH (similar to SourceForge) and it's getting to be a real pain to type my password every time.

Posted in Java at Jan 06 2003, 07:58:33 AM MST 4 Comments
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login into the server mkdir .ssh cd .ssh vi authorized_keys2 past your public key in the file (or scp it over, so you don't have to vi it) cd .. chmod 500 .ssh -R And hope that the admin enabled this possibility. You should be able to login now without entering a password. Since your key is machine/user specific, you need to add keys for all your machines/users you are working on locally..

Posted by Martin van den Bemt on January 06, 2003 at 10:46 AM MST #

Try out Pageant, which comes with Putty. You can get it to work with WinCVS, and possibly other CVS clients

Posted by Jason Carreira on January 06, 2003 at 12:20 PM MST #

Hey Matt. The exact instructions are on this site http://www.jfipa.org/publications/CVSGuide/ If you are on Windows and use Cygwin, then you'll have ssh-keygen (unless you opted out of that package). Linux and OSX will both have it already. On another note, Eclipse will remember your CVS password for you, even if you're using SSH (if you pick the extssh option when creating your repository location). If you're not using the CVS integration in Eclipse, man are you in for a pleasant surprise. :-) Just email me if you're having trouble... Robert

Posted by Robert Rasmussen on January 06, 2003 at 05:34 PM MST #

Here are the same instructions for a mac. http://developer.apple.com/internet/macosx/cvsoverview.html, down toward the end of the page.

Posted by Robert Rasmussen on January 06, 2003 at 05:40 PM MST #

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