On 2006-09-15 13:56, Michael Grant <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: >On 9/15/06, Giorgos Keramidas <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: >>On 2006-09-14 19:11, Michael Grant <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: >>> I'm being driven slowly mad by cvs... >>> >>> I have 3 boxes, one is acting as a cvs server. The "cvs clients" (for >>> lack of a better term) are running 6.1 and should be configured the >>> same. Yet, one machine lets me do a cvs login, the other requires I >>> use cvs -d :psserver:.. with each cvs command. >>> >>> I do not have CVSROOT set on either machine. >>> >>> What I get is this: >>> >>> [#822] cvs login >>> Logging in to :pserver:[EMAIL PROTECTED]/home/foo/bar >>> cvs login: authorization failed: server myserver rejected access to >>> /home/foo/bar for user mgrant >>> >>> yet, on the other machine, I get a password prompt and all is fine. >> >> Someone sets CVSROOT, if you can just type "cvs login" and get a prompt >> for ``Logging in to :pserver:[EMAIL PROTECTED]/home/foo/bar''. >> >> Can you run, on both systems, the following? >> >> $ env | sort | grep CVS > > env | sort | grep CVS > returns nothing. There are no CVS* variables set! Strange. Where is > it getting the cvsroot from? Even if I remove the .cvspass file, it > still uses the pserver line from before. It's definitely getting > cached somewhere. greping the env for pserver shows nothing.
Do you have a local CVS/ subdirectory when you try "cvs login"? If yes, what does it contain? _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"