CVS, SSH, secure, chroot etc

David Lloyd dlloyd at microbits.com.au
Fri May 23 10:39:03 CST 2003


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Andrw,

> See, this is where I don't see why you'd bother. All this achieves is
> secure transmission of the CVS data. Why not just take the extra step
> and use SSH alone for doing CVS? It's not that hard to setup -- I'd
> argue that it's easier to setup than pserver.

I remember reading somewhere that "pservers" are dangerous things and
likely to be a security hole regardless of SSH...and I think it was on
this list.


DSL

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