[cvsnt] Access for client to change his password
arthur.barrett at march-hare.com
Tue Nov 20 11:38:37 GMT 2007
You need to ask these questions of the group - I'm not your personal
assistant - do NOT e-mail me directly.
TortoiseCVS has CVSNT client in it - that's all the clients you need -
but your ONE server needs to be cvsnt not cvs - since you didn't answer
my original question then I've got no idea what versions and what
software you are using.
As I wrote- if a user needs to change their password, and you are using
pserver, and they have cvsnt (ie: tortoisecvs) then the user just does
"cvs passwd" command.
From: Sachin Gowdar [mailto:sachin.gowdar at gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, 20 November 2007 10:01 PM
To: Arthur Barrett
Subject: Re: [cvsnt] Access for client to change his password
Thanks for ur reply. But still i have a doubt.
why we need to install CVSNT software in client machine? User
usally do check in(commit) and check out process. If we install CVSNT
in client then why we need to install in server only?Means i would like
to give example of my company. In my company there is one server and
around 40 developers. Every body is using Eclipse and TortoiseCVS as a
Client tool.It is not feasible to go to all computers and install that
software.Is there any other option like we make use of any third party
tool for example we can make use of CVS Report.
On 11/20/07, Arthur Barrett <arthur.barrett at march-hare.com>
Install the latest CVSNT on the server and on the client
and use "cvs passwd".
From: Sachin Gowdar [mailto:
sachin.gowdar at gmail.com <mailto:sachin.gowdar at gmail.com> ]
Sent: Tuesday, 20 November 2007 3:15 PM
To: Arthur Barrett
Subject: Re: [cvsnt] Access for client to change
Actually i am fresher to this CVS. In my company
we are using pserver and Eclipse as the client tool.And it was my
task to create user and his password. But now we
planning to give authentication to user for changing his password
for the second time.Can you help me out of this.
On 11/19/07, Arthur Barrett
<arthur.barrett at march-hare.com > wrote:
> client. Now assume that if client
wants to change his
> password by himself?
The way the client would do this depends
on the protocol (eg: pserver,
sspi, ssh), the CVSROOT/config file
SystemAuth setting and the version
of cvs/cvsnt server.
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